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Flucht und Ankommen in der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur 09.12.16 07:12

Geschichten von Liebe, Hass und Freundschaft Je nach Zielgruppe schreibt man anders über Flucht. Wir stellen ein Jugendbuch, ein Kinderbuch und ein Bilderbuch vor. Peer Martins «Sommer unter schwarzen Flügeln» erzählt von der unmöglichen Liebe eines Flüchtlingsmädchens aus Syrien und einem Neonazi in Deutschland. Ein syrischer Junge wird in «Djadi, Flüchtlingsjunge» von Peter Härtling in einer WG aufgenommen. Das Bilderbuch «Am Tag, als Saída zu uns kam» von Susana Gómez Redondo und Sonja Wimmer feiert die Freundschaft und Neugier.

Der Markt boomt: Kinder- und Jugendbücher zum Thema Flucht stehen weit oben auf den Bestsellerlisten. Sie widerspiegeln die aktuelle geopolitische Lage. Sie treffen den Nerv der Zeit und tragen zur Integration bei, vor allem die «Silent Books» – Bücher ohne Text.

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Christian Streich: „Fremdenfeindliche Entwicklung macht mir Angst“ 09.12.16 05:12

08.12.2016: Hasskommentare gegen Flüchtlinge und deren Helfer machen SC-Freiburg-Trainer Christian Streich Angst. Was man dagegen tun kann und wie er die Sit...

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EU für umstrittene «Dublin»-Transfers: Flüchtlinge zurück nach Griechenland 08.12.16 08:12

Ab März sollen EU-Länder Flüchtlinge wieder nach Griechenland zurückschicken können.

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What's happening in Aleppo? 09.12.2016 15:11

Aleppo is a key battleground between rebels and President Assad's forces: What's happening there?

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Chaos and Desperation as Thousands Flee Aleppo Amid Government Advance 09.12.2016 14:15

Hundreds of men are missing amid reports of government reprisals against opposition supporters in rebel-held areas, rights officials said.

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Russia Says Aleppo Combat Has Ceased; Residents Disagree 09.12.2016 02:31

But residents of the rebel-held enclave reported that after a day of intense bombardment, fighting was continuing, and many were in a state of panic.

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U.N. Says Nearly One in Four Children Live in Conflict or Disaster Zones 09.12.2016 01:01

About 535 million children worldwide now live in countries destabilized by conflicts and calamities, Unicef announced.

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1966: Syria Offers Aid to Rebels to Overthrow Hussein 08.12.2016 16:42

From the archives of The International Herald Tribune: The Syrian president, Noureddin Atassi, offers arms to Jordanian rebels protesting against King Hussein in Damascus, in December 1966.

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Girl Posting to Twitter From Aleppo Gains Sympathy, but Doubts Follow 07.12.2016 14:23

Bana al-Abed, 7, has more than 220,000 followers on Twitter, where she chronicles the deprivations of a child in war-torn Syria. But she has also raised questions of authenticity.

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In Rebel-Held Aleppo, Residents Report Increasing Desperation 07.12.2016 13:10

Antigovernment activists in the city were sending increasingly desperate messages about being killed or arrested, and civilians called for safe passage out.

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Russia Says Talks With U.S. Will Discuss Deal for Aleppo Rebels 05.12.2016 18:51

The Russian foreign minister said that any insurgents who refused to leave under terms of an agreement would be considered terrorists and risked death.

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Syrian Troops Push Deep Into Rebel-Held Parts of Aleppo 05.12.2016 02:22

An airstrike left dozens dead in Idlib Province, as an advance in the divided city of Aleppo left rebels in control of about half the enclave they had taken.

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Egypt and Turkey Soften Positions on Syria, Benefiting Assad 03.12.2016 02:44

The shifts come at a volatile time as Middle Eastern countries long aligned with the United States hedge their bets and look to Moscow for support.

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A Risky Flight From Eastern Aleppo 01.12.2016 22:47

The civilians of opposition-held eastern Aleppo are fleeing by the thousands after days of near constant bombardment by Syrian and Russian forces. Their flight to areas of humanitarian aid is a risky one.

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Aleppo then and now 28.11.2016 17:46

Profile of Aleppo, once Syria's largest city and now a key battleground in the country's civil war.

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Syrian conflict: Surgeon says life in Aleppo 'like a holocaust' 22.11.2016 16:27

A surgeon has told the BBC's World Have Your Say about the destruction of many hospitals in Aleppo, and described life in the besieged city as "like a holocaust".

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Football in city's ruins 30.09.2016 12:19

New drone footage shows children playing football amid the ruins of rebel-held neighbourhood in Aleppo, Syria.

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Saving life in Aleppo 29.09.2016 14:08

A British volunteer on the struggles faced by doctors in Syria.

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Feeding the war-weary 15.09.2016 18:21

A soup kitchen in western Aleppo feeds the war-weary but those in the besieged east of the city are in even greater need, reports the BBC's Jeremy Bowen.

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