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    Balkan Migrants Fear Deportation as Germany Tightens Asylum Lawsi
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    Henry Ridgwell
    January 25, 2016 6:57 PM
    Germany is tightening its migration laws in response to the huge numbers of refugees arriving on its borders, with several Balkan states now designated as ‘safe’ countries to deport failed asylum seekers. VOA visited Schwaebisch Gmuend in southern Germany, where tension is growing over rival visions for the future of migration into the town.

    Balkan Migrants Fear Deportation as Germany Tightens Asylum Laws

    Henry Ridgwell

    Published January 25, 2016

    Germany is tightening its migration laws in response to the huge numbers of refugees arriving on its borders, with several Balkan states now designated as ‘safe’ countries to deport failed asylum seekers. VOA visited Schwaebisch Gmuend in southern Germany, where tension is growing over rival visions for the future of migration into the town.


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