Cologne, Germany — Cologne is a popular city in the world of tourism.
But it also has one of the largest populations of foreigners in Europe.
According to the latest census, foreigners made up almost 3% of the city’s population in 2018.
That number will grow even larger in 2019, as foreign-born people make up roughly 12% of Germany’s population.
This number has caused some people to question whether the city has become a place where foreigners are welcome.
In response to these concerns, the city started a program in June called the ‘Welcome Back Home’ program.
Here, foreigners who have lived in Germany for a year or less are invited to live and work in the city and pay a fee to get their visas.
In 2019, the program is to increase the number of foreigners living and working in the German capital to 6.5 million people, according to the city.
In addition to the welcome back home program, the German government has been trying to encourage foreigners to come to the country.
In September, it signed an agreement with France and the United Kingdom to allow more French citizens to live in Germany.
In the summer, the Federal government also announced a plan to offer more work permits to foreigners.
This is part of a wider program of reforms in the country, which aims to reduce immigration to the number it was in 2015.
However, there are many questions about the country’s policies.
In October, Germany’s main opposition party, the Social Democrats (SPD), released a statement saying that a large percentage of Germans who are not foreign nationals are not receiving the proper support and advice.
“It is a problem,” said Alexander Gauland, a senior member of the party.
“The German government, in its policies, needs to look in the mirror.”
Gauland’s statement is also backed by German media.
The Wall Street Journal recently published a report claiming that German universities are receiving an “unnecessary influx of foreign students.”
In June, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced plans to increase support for foreign students in the coming years.
The Chancellor has said she will make this decision at a cabinet meeting on October 16.
While this is the first time that foreigners have been allowed to come and live in the nation’s capital, it will not be the last.
In 2020, Germany will become the first country in the Western world to allow foreigners to live, work and study in Germany without having to apply for a visa.
However the city of Cologne is not the only city where foreign-citizens are having to worry about how their work and other rights will be treated.
In August, a woman was assaulted at the entrance of a hotel in Munich, where she works.
A German man working at a spa was also attacked.
The attack has prompted the police to investigate whether the hotel staff discriminated against the victim.
On Friday, a hotel employee was attacked in Munich’s Schloss Oder by a German-speaking customer who shouted racial slurs.
The customer is also a German citizen and is being held on charges of aggravated assault and harassment.
On Monday, a Polish tourist working at the city museum was attacked by two men who allegedly shouted racist and homophobic slurs.