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Video: Germans divided over how to handle refugee crisis

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It is exactly one year since several hundred people turned out for the first protest by the anti-immigrant movement PEGIDA in Germany. Over the summer the movement virtually died out, but it has been given a boost by growing frustration over the arrival of large numbers of migrants. Although many Germans remain sceptical, others are doing all they can to welcome the new arrivals, as Anne Maillet reports.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Diaraye Bah.

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