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The Seedy Show: Debating the plight of migrants in Germany

By DW
25 December 2022   |   12:56 pm
Gambian Seedy Saidykhan never planned to come to Germany. After surviving a boat crash in the Mediterranean Sea, he now produces a podcast about migrants in Germany — and regularly reaches over 40,000 listeners.

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