Printed Doors—Makeshift
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When friends struggle to understand a new environment, it’s time to share some knowledge

— Printed Doors

Germany led the charge in opening its borders to waves of Europe-bound refugees last year. Not surprisingly, the hundreds of thousands of visitors began taking stock of their host country: new climate, food, customs, and overall lifestyle—a lot to adjust to. Ramy Al-Asheq saw many people who could use a hand navigating the new system. So, last fall, he assembled a team to help inform fellow migrants. Makeshift caught up with Ramy at his apartment in Cologne.

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Unofficial mosques let Greece’s Muslims pray their own way

— Invisible Prayers