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Why Germany's Turkish community no longer feels at home

By: Anne MAILLIET | Sebastien MILLARD | Nick SPICER | Leo PIERRARD | Violette BONNEBAS
1 min

They feel like foreigners, and German only on their ID papers: many Germans with Turkish roots say the rise of the far right has hardened attitudes towards immigrants and made racist speech more acceptable. Several studies show that their relations with other Germans and Germany itself have worsened in recent years. Our correspondents in Berlin went to meet them.

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Programme prepared by James Vasina and Emerald Maxwell

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