The start of a likely series of deportations of Afghans from Germany to their homeland after their asylum bids were rejected sparks controversy.
A 37-year-old German national has been sentenced to six years in prison after spending five years with the Taliban in southern Afghanistan. He was found criminally liable, despite claiming to have mental health problems.
Sami A. was deported to Tunisia in July. The court that tried to stop his deportation has overturned its prior ruling after receiving assurances Sami would not be tortured in his native country.
After Germany abolished the visa requirement for Georgian citizens, the number of Georgian asylum seekers in Germany has risen significantly. What is Georgia doing to halt migration, and has it been successful?
German court documents show details about the life and criminality of the suspected Strasbourg gunman. French investigators say the suspect was radicalized in prison and was on a watch list.
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