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Food and shelter may be a priority for the record numbers of often desperate refugees arriving in Germany but they also need "intellectual nutrition," say experts at the Frankfurt Book Fair.These will be distributed to special reading and learning corners close to the refugee homes around the country, Boos said.Aiman Mazyek, head of the central council of Muslims in Germany, insisted that the conditions for the successful integration of the refugees were much better than in the past.Top education expert Wassilios Fthenakis agreed, arguing that the refugees could also help to enrich Germany as a whole.Mazyek pointed out that the refugees also represented a potential new target audience for Germany's publishing industry.As another gesture of welcome, when the fair opened to the general public Saturday and Sunday refugees were offered free passes.
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