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Germany dumping refugees in Africa

The German government is planning to implement a new migration policy, where asylum-seekers will be forcibly sent to other countries in a clear violation of international conventions on the protection of refugees. Already, refugees in Germany are having a hard time and are under pressure to leave.

In the first segment of our program we are focusing on reports that the German government is considering deporting asylum seekers and refugees in the country to Eastern Europe and North African to then have their asylum claims processed there. We are asking, why is Germany intent on implementing a proposal that is contrary to fundamental rights?

In the second part of today’s show we are looking into reports that the monarchy in Morocco is using an Israeli-produced Pegasus spy program to clampdown on the country’s opposition and the Western Sahara independence movement.

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