Lately, a lot of discussion in Germany has focused on Syrian refugees entering Germany. But Syrians are not the only ones hoping to make it there. The country has seen a rise in the number of migrants from the Balkans.
Gottscheers are a small immigrant group in the US. The thing is, their homeland doesn't exist anymore. They come from a German speaking city in what is now Slovenia. And the whole community was uprooted after World War II. Here's what's left of Gottschee in New York.
Nearly everyone seems to agree that Angela Merkel was honest when she explained her immigration policy to a 13-year-old refugee facing deportation, but not everyone thinks the German chancellor handled it well.