This article illustrates the growing popularity of turkish food and culture in Germany, detailing the increased appreciation for kebabs by Germans. It is a light-hearted example of some of the perks of being a multikulti society, and I think a good balance compared to the heavier themes more prevalent in news on immigrants/immigration.
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