How Germany And Sweden Are Coping With Influx Of Refugees
As refugees and migrants continue to flood into northern and western Europe, the majority have their sights set on Germany. Sweden, with its humanitarian reputation and strong social safety net, is another top destination. Months into the crisis, both countries are feeling the strain.
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson talks with reporter Ann Tornkvist in Stockholm, Sweden, and reporter Theresa Tropper in Berlin, Germany, about how their countries are coping with the ongoing influx of people seeking asylum.
- Ann Tornkvist, journalist based in Stockholm, Sweden.
- Theresa Tropper, journalist based in Berlin, Germany. She tweets @theresatropper.
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