Human rights monitor condemn Denmark over Syrian refugee return policy

A European human rights monitor has expressed grave concern over Denmarks decision to send 94 Syrian refugees back to Damascus, after declaring to the Syrian capital to no longer be dangerous. Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor has called on the Danish government to reconsider its residency permit judgment and reassess the conditions in Damascus and its countryside. In March, Denmark revoked the residency permits for 94 Syrian refugees living in the Scandinavian nation and deemed Damascus to be “no longer sufficiently dangerous to give grounds for international protection.” In a statement…

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