Sending refugees back to Syria isn't just inhumane, it's illegal
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Denmark’s latest crackdown on vulnerable Syrian refugees has not come as a surprise. In 2019, the Danish government declared some parts of Syria “safe” – a designation with no basis in reality, and one that has been strongly condemned by international human rights groups and the UNHCR. Following that, in March of this year, the Scandinavian country revoked the residency permits of dozens of Syrian refugees on the basis they could safely return to Assad’s Damascus Governorate. In the same month, Denmark’s Interior Ministry revealed a proposed reform that would reduce the number of people of “no…

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