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

Germany will close its border to Algerians, Tunisians and Moroccans and will also prevent migrants from bringing their families to join them for two years. Agence France-Presse. Thu 28 Jan 2016 20.03 EST Last modified on Thu 9 Mar 2017 07.36 EST.and more »

Sweden sends sharp signal with plan to expel up to 80000 asylum seekers - The Guardian

Move is another message to refugees that Sweden's warm welcome has cooled as many now face being forcibly ejected. David Crouch in Gothenburg. Thu 28 Jan 2016 07.38 EST First published on Wed 27 Jan 2016 19.43 EST. Share on Facebook · Share ...and more »

EU migrant crisis: Sweden may reject 80000 asylum claims - BBC News

Sweden may reject the asylum applications of up to 80,000 migrants and should prepare to deport them, the interior minister says. Anders Ygeman said charter aircraft would be used to deport the migrants but it would take several years. Some 163,000 ...and more »

Sweden may reject thousands of asylum applications - CNN

(CNN) Sweden's interior minister said his country is preparing to expel 80,000 asylum-seekers over the course of the next year, according to media reports. However, his press secretary, Victor Harju, told CNN not to put too much stock in those figures.and more »

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

More 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 »

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

STOCKHOLM (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 »

Europe migrant crisis: Sweden plans to expel up to 80000 asylum seekers, minister says - ABC Online

Sweden intends to expel up to 80,000 asylum seekers who arrived in 2015 and whose applications for asylum were rejected, Interior Minister Anders Ygeman has said. Key points: Sweden to expel up to 80,000 asylum seekers; Process to take several years ...and more »

Refugee crisis: Sweden prepares to 'expel up to 80000 asylum seekers' - The Independent

Sweden is preparing to expel up to 80,000 asylum seekers who sought refuge in the country last year, according to its interior minister. In an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Industri published today, Anders Ygeman said he estimated that about ...and more »

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

I 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 Intends to Deport Up to 80000 Rejected Asylum-Seekers - TIME

The Swedish government announced on Wednesday that it plans to deport up to 80,000 migrants whose applications for asylum have been denied. Interior minister Anders Ygeman said the migrants will be flown out of the country on charter flights over the ...and more »