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Sweden is a perfect example of how not to handle the Great Migration - Telegraph.co.uk;

Sweden is a perfect example of how not to handle the Great Migration - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSweden is a perfect example of how not to handle the Great MigrationTelegraph.co.ukI fell in love with my wife and her native Sweden at the same time, and with almost equal force. For 15 years I've been arguing about the country's virtues with room-emptying enthusiasm. From schools to childcare to pensions, Sweden has just seemed ...and more »

Sweden announces plans to deport up to 80000 refugees - World Socialist Web Site

Sweden announces plans to deport up to 80000 refugeesWorld Socialist Web SiteThe Swedish government has announced its intention to deport 80,000 refugees whose asylum applications have been rejected in the coming months. The Social Democratic-Green coalition in Stockholm, which enforced stricter asylum laws and border ...and more »

Mass expulsions may loom for migrants in Europe - The Columbian;

Mass expulsions may loom for migrants in Europe - The Columbian

The ColumbianMass expulsions may loom for migrants in EuropeThe ColumbianMigrant children Nor, Saleh and Hajaj Fatema, from Syria, sleep outside the Swedish Migration Board on Jan. 8 in Marsta, Sweden. (JESSICA GOW/TT News Agency). FILE - In this Nov. 11, 2015 file photo, Sweden's Interior Minister Anders Ygeman, ...and more »

Sweden, Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrants - Daily News & Analysis;

Sweden, Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrants - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisSweden, Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrantsDaily News & AnalysisIn neighbouring Sweden, Interior Minister Anders Ygeman said yesterday that the government is planning over several years to deport up to 80,000 people whose asylum applications are set to be rejected. Finland joined Sweden on Friday in announcing ...and more »

Migrant crisis: Why Sweden's plan to repatriate 80000 is more easily said than done - International Business Times UK;

Migrant crisis: Why Sweden's plan to repatriate 80000 is more easily said than done - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKMigrant crisis: Why Sweden's plan to repatriate 80000 is more easily said than doneInternational Business Times UKSweden signalled a dramatic change of tack in immigration policy announcing plans to expel up to 80,000 failed asylum applicants in a move that experts warned is easier said than done. Interior minister Anders Ygeman said police and migration ...and more »

Germany tightens refugee policy as Finland joins Sweden in deportations - The Guardian;

Germany tightens refugee policy as Finland joins Sweden in deportations - The Guardian

The GuardianGermany tightens refugee policy as Finland joins Sweden in deportationsThe GuardianGermany has moved to toughen its asylum policies as Finland and Sweden announced plans to deport tens of thousands of people in a bid to contain the migrant crisis. Sigmar Gabriel, the vice chancellor, announced that Germany would place Algeria, ...and more »

One European country is going to deport up to 80000 people seeking asylum - Business Insider;

One European country is going to deport up to 80000 people seeking asylum - Business Insider

Business InsiderOne European country is going to deport up to 80000 people seeking asylumBusiness InsiderSTOCKHOLM (AP) — Dazzled by an unprecedented wave of migration, Sweden on Thursday put into words an uncomfortable reality for Europe: If the continent isn't going to welcome more than 1 million people a year, it will have to deport large numbers of ...and more »

Sweden may expel up to 80000 failed asylum-seekers - SBS;

Sweden may expel up to 80000 failed asylum-seekers - SBS

SBSSweden may expel up to 80000 failed asylum-seekersSBSSweden says it is considering expelling thousands of migrants whose asylum applications have been rejected. 29 Jan 2016 - 10:32 AM UPDATED 29 Jan 2016 - 12:16 PM. 0. It comes after several of its Nordic neighbours announced their own measures ...and more »

Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportations - The Rakyat Post;

Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportations - The Rakyat Post

The Rakyat PostGermany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportationsThe Rakyat PostThe tougher rules come after Germany, the European Union's powerhouse economy, took in some 1.1 million migrants in 2015 — many of them refugees fleeing conflict in Syria. Adjust Font Size: BERLIN, Jan 29, 2016: Germany moved on Thursday to ...and more »

European migrant crisis: Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportations - ABC Online;

European migrant crisis: Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportations - ABC Online

ABC OnlineEuropean migrant crisis: Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportationsABC OnlineMore asylum seekers will be deported or encouraged to leave Europe voluntarily under new plans being pursued by several countries. Key points: Germany tightens asylum seeker rules; Finland plans to return 20,000 people; Sweden, Norway also planning ...and more »

Finland and Sweden to deport thousands of failed asylum seekers - The Week Magazine

Finland and Sweden to deport thousands of failed asylum seekersThe Week MagazineBoth countries have received an influx of migrants fleeing violence in Syria and other places. Finland expects to deport two-thirds of the 32,000 asylum seekers that arrived in 2015. Sweden said on Wednesday it plans to deport up to 80,000 asylum ...and more »

Refugee crisis: Sweden's mass deportation of asylum seekers 'could strengthen EU migration policy' - The Independent;

Refugee crisis: Sweden's mass deportation of asylum seekers 'could strengthen EU migration policy' - The Independent

The IndependentRefugee crisis: Sweden's mass deportation of asylum seekers 'could strengthen EU migration policy'The Independent15-refugees-sweden-ap.jpg Migrant children sleep on the Swedish border. Sweden has taken in, by population, more refugees than any other EU country AP. Sweden's controversial plans to deport up to 80,000 asylum-seekers are in line with EU rules and ...and more »

Sweden To Expel Up To 80000 Migrants - Sky News;

Sweden To Expel Up To 80000 Migrants - Sky News

Sky NewsSweden To Expel Up To 80000 MigrantsSky NewsSpecially chartered aircraft will remove tens of thousands of people from the country over a period of several years. 01:23, UK, Thursday 28 January 2016. Refugees sleep outside the entrance of the Swedish Migration Agency's arrival center for asylum ...and more »

Sweden, Finland to deport tens of thousands of migrants - The Times of Israel;

Sweden, Finland to deport tens of thousands of migrants - The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelSweden, Finland to deport tens of thousands of migrantsThe Times of IsraelMigrants and refugees walk past a tree after crossing into Serbia via the Macedonian border near the village of Miratovac on January 28, 2016. (AFP / ARMEND NIMANI). Newsroom. Email the Newsroom · Facebook · Twitter. Related Topics. Sweden · Finland ...and more »

Sweden to deport 80000 refugees - Sky News Australia;

Sweden to deport 80000 refugees - Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaSweden to deport 80000 refugeesSky News AustraliaUp to 80,000 refugees who arrived in Sweden last year are going to be expelled from the country, its interior minister has announced. Anders Ygeman said thousands of migrants' asylum applications had been rejected. 'We are talking about 60,000 people ...and more »

Rejected Asylum Seekers Who Refuse to Leave Sweden to Receive Less Aid - Sputnik International;

Rejected Asylum Seekers Who Refuse to Leave Sweden to Receive Less Aid - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalRejected Asylum Seekers Who Refuse to Leave Sweden to Receive Less AidSputnik InternationalSwedish Migration Agency spokeswoman Alexandra Elias said that those asylum seekers whose application has been rejected and who do not want to return to their home countries voluntarily will receive less money from the Swedish authorities than other ...and more »

Sweden and Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrants - The Express Tribune;

Sweden and Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrants - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneSweden and Finland plan to deport tens of thousands of migrantsThe Express TribuneMigrants and refugees wait for a train heading to Serbia from the Greek-Macedonian border near Gevgelija on November 12, 2015. PHOTO: AFP. STOCKHOLM: Finland joined Sweden on Thursday in announcing plans to deport tens of thousands of failed ...and more »

Sweden plans mass expulsion of up to 80000 refugees - Archinect;

Sweden plans mass expulsion of up to 80000 refugees - Archinect

ArchinectSweden plans mass expulsion of up to 80000 refugeesArchinectSweden intends to expel as many as 80,000 refugees and migrants who arrived in 2015 and whose applications for asylum have been rejected. [...] Sweden, which is home to 9.8 million people, is one of the European Union countries that has taken in the ...and more »

Sweden Moves to Deport Some Seeking Asylum - U.S. News & World Report;

Sweden Moves to Deport Some Seeking Asylum - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportSweden Moves to Deport Some Seeking AsylumU.S. News & World ReportThe move sends a signal that the nation is no longer willing to be a haven to refugees. By Teresa Welsh, Staff Writer | Jan. 28, 2016, at 11:07 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Sweden Moves to Deport Some Seeking Asylum. MORE.and more »

Sweden and Finland plan to expel up to 100000 failed asylum seekers - Telegraph.co.uk;

Sweden and Finland plan to expel up to 100000 failed asylum seekers - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSweden and Finland plan to expel up to 100000 failed asylum seekersTelegraph.co.ukSweden and Finland intend to expel up to 100,000 migrants who arrived in 2015 and whose application for asylum has been rejected, the countries' interior ministers have said,. Sweden is likely to deport up to half last year's record 163,000 asylum ...and more »