Radio for refugees: Show provides information on asylum

In Paris, a community radio station called Stalingrad Connection aims to help refugees living in France, offering them a mix of news and information for asylum-seekers in several languages including Arabic and English.

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    A community radio station is providing practical solutions to refugees who have recently arrived in France.

    The show called 'Stalingrad Connection' is run by volunteers in several languages and offers a mix of news and information for asylum-seekers.

    And the chance for migrants to share their stories with one another is becoming more important, as recent law changes make it harder to apply for asylum.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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