Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Germany, who helped create Afghan refugees, turns them away

Germany Turning Back More Afghan Migrants At Border
The number of migrants turned back has risen from about 60 per day in December to 200 since the start of the year, authorities said, adding that Germany's tighter border control could be a knock-on effect from Sweden and Denmark tightening their borders. Most of the rejected migrants have been Afghans who did not want to apply for asylum in Germany but in Scandinavia, they said. Others are from Iraq, Iran, Morocco, and Algeria.

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