Human rights objections against Serbia forcing Syrian migrants to return to Macedonia “almost naked” in near-freezing temperatures

  Video recordings showed semi-naked Syrian migrants forced to return to Macedonia by Serbian border guards, days after the border cooperation summit between the European Union and Serbia. Human rights organizations considered this a violation of international laws, and demanded an urgent investigation, according to media reports. The two recordings published by the Guardian, on…

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Germany Aims to Limit Immigration Violations by False Paternity

Many people with a German passport break immigration law through adopting foreign children. Such cases are called by officials (false paternity), where in turn foreign children acquire German citizenship. The federal government believes that most of these cases constitute immigration law fraud, aiming to take measures to stop them. Nancy Weser, Minister of Interior, wants…

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Germany: Refugee Payment Card Dispute Reignites After Partial Launch

Following the introduction of payment cards for refugees in select regions, a renewed debate has emerged regarding their statewide implementation. Certain areas have reported that the introduction of these cards prompted asylum seekers to consider either leaving Germany or pursuing employment opportunities. Nevertheless, the true implications of this model remain a subject of contention. Werner…

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UK Enacts Law Permitting Deportation of Refugees to Rwanda

The British Parliament has approved legislation permitting the deportation of refugees to Rwanda. Deliberations on the law within Parliament were prolonged, primarily due to resistance from certain members regarding deportation. Under the law, Rwanda is designated as a safe third country. Following a two-month delay between the two parliamentary chambers, the law was ultimately ratified,…

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