Turkey: A New Home - Tens of thousands of Yazidis are fleeing Iraq due to attacks by Islamic State militants. Many are heading for Turkey, to return to villages their ethno-religious community was once forced to leave and which, until recently, lay abandoned. Large numbers of Yazidis are flocking to the village of Kiwex in southeastern Turkey. With the assistance of Germany's Yazidi community, it is hoped up to 1,000 people should be able to find new homes here. The village's former residents were once driven out by the Turkish military, and many now live in Germany. Their old houses are now falling apart, but most of the current refugees are just happy to have a roof over their heads. Otherwise they'll have to return to the refugee camps on the border with Syria and Iraq. Bulgaria: Finding Refuge in a Monastery - Bulgaria is one of the poorest countries in the EU. For over 400 days, residents of Sofia took to the streets to force the government to resign. And they succeeded; new elect

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