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14 Afghans expelled from Germany amid protests

AT-KABUL: A group of 14 rejected Afghan asylum seekers who were deported from Germany arrived in Kabul on Tuesday night, Deutsche Welle reported on Wednesday, saying they were flown back to Kabul from Munich.

The deportations happened despite the Foreign Office submitting no fresh security assessment for Afghanistan. In Berlin, the interior ministry said there were six people among the deportees who were deemed criminals — three identity thieves and one dangerous individual.

Around 200 rallied in Munich against Germany’s deportation policy on Tuesday night in the midst of snowfall and freezing temperatures.

The rally was organised by the Bavarian Refugee Council that supports a policy of integration.

Many Germans oppose deportations because of the current human rights and security situation in Afghanistan.

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