The London Review of Books | Vol. 38 No. 18
Diary (On an Arson Epidemic)
"As towns across Germany have accepted their federal allocation of asylum seekers, administrators have fashioned shelters out of disused factories, motels and parish houses, usually on the outskirts of town. In this way, they hope to keep neighbourhood friction to a minimum. Even so, at the moment, someone tries to burn one of these improvised hostels to the ground every two to three days."
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VICE Magazine | Vol. 22 No. 11 | November 2015
The Ballad of Murder Eyez: In Syria with Germany's Refugee Rapper
"In peacetime, Abdul Rahman Masri became one of Syria's most celebrated rappers. Now a refugee in Germany, he's determined to speak for his home nation's lost generation."
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