Dessau Multicultural Center director Razak Minhel, born in Iraq, notes that Dessau's population and prospects have been falling for 25 years, since German reunification in 1990. He believes the current flood of refugees to Germany represents a chance to reverse the downward trend.
Dessau Multicultural Center director Razak Minhel, born in Iraq, notes that Dessau's population and prospects have been falling for 25 years, since German reunification in 1990. He believes the current flood of refugees to Germany represents a chance to reverse the downward trend. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy
Dessau Multicultural Center director Razak Minhel, born in Iraq, notes that Dessau's population and prospects have been falling for 25 years, since German reunification in 1990. He believes the current flood of refugees to Germany represents a chance to reverse the downward trend. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy

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October 04, 2015 2:35 PM

For German city, flood of refugees brings hope

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