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Japan: 99 percent of asylum seekers rejected

October 11, 2019

In 2018, around 10,000 people applied for asylum in Japan. Only 42 were approved – fewer than in any other industrialized country. The rejected applicants are often held in camps with poor living conditions. We went to meet some of them.

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