German government reinstates Dublin rule

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A picture made available on 09 November 2015 shows migrants rest in a tent inside a refugee camp established and coordinated by UNHCR in Idomeni village, northern Greece, near the border of Greece with FYROM, 08 November 2015. Europe is dealing with its greatest influx of migrants and asylum seekers since World War II as immigrants fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Afghanistan and Africa try to reach Germany and other Western European countries.

German government reinstates Dublin rule


The German government is still trying to find a proper refugee policy to handle the migration influx, caused by the brutal civil war in Syria and the immense poverty in Afghanistan.

German public broadcaster, Deutsche Welle, reported yesterday that the German Interior Ministry confirmed that German authorities aim to “return to orderly procedure” concerning refugees, with measures including temporary border controls and the Dublin agreement.

“Germany is currently applying the Dublin regula...


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