Prison » Germany could need up to 16,000 planes to deport its rejected asylum seekers

Voice Of Europe
February 23, 2018

On Tuesday evening 14 Afghans were deported to their homeland with a chartered plane from Munich Airport.

The rejected asylum seekers were flown back to their homeland with a plane chartered by the Federal Government, Germany’s Ministry of the Interior reported.

But Germany’s return flights are pretty unsuccessful: On this flight around 58 rejected asylum seekers should have been on board.

Only criminals and people who refused to identify themselves were deported this time. Probably because parts of Afghanistan are considered dangerous, the other 44 rejected asylum seekers could stay in Germany.

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This article was posted: Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7:00 am

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