One of the things that those who manage to go from Turkey hear most is the sentence “You’ve left and saved yourself, good for you.” Do the departers truly live in a euphoria of victory with a fundamental sense of salvation? The fact that the common ground of the individuals we interviewed eventually came... Continue Reading →
Contributed to this report as multimedia Journalist. "It was a deal: The EU will pay three billion euros, and Turkey is for refugees up on the way to Europe and keep in the country. But Turkey is doing enough? " click to continue with the original report.(in German) (Adblock should be turned-off.)
Contributed to this report as Video-Journalist. "In the Turkish coastal town of Cesme, Abdullah Mohammed and his family found themselves stranded after a smuggler promising to take them to Greece ran off with their money." click to continue with the original report.
Contributed to this report as Video-Journalist. "On a secluded beach on the Turkish coast, men stand knee-deep in shallow water, loading a group of about 30 people into a black, inflated pontoon boat. The passengers -- refugees and migrants bound for the Greek island of Lesbos -- cram in, wearing lifejackets or inner tubes around their... Continue Reading →