Schlagwort-Archive: Deportation

Only 13 refugees in Bulgaria receive social assistance from the state

In March 2017, it came out to be known that only 13 refugees in Bulgaria receive social money as a social help from the Bulgarian state, because of their disabilities. Apart from that, no other refugee in Bulgaria gets cash in some form … Weiterlesen

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Serbia starts deportations to Bulgaria

Two days ago, Bulgaria was warned by Serbian officials to tighten up the border who, by the same time, announced deportations back to Bulgaria. Simultaneously, new rules seem now to implemented in Dimitrovgrad and Preševo. On the 19th of February, Serbia has stopped … Weiterlesen

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Changes in Bulgaria’s Detention and Deportation System

On the 1st of January 2016, new amendments of the Law on the Asylum and Refugees (LAR) came into force. Basically, this change allows the State Agency for Refugees (SAR) “to place asylum seekers in closed centers“, impose curfews for existing open … Weiterlesen

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Excessive police violence in Voenna Rampa, Sofia

A video, published by Bulgarian National Television, shows police men beating an asylum-seeker in the camp in Voenna Rampa, Sofia. The incident has taken place on July 30th 2014, when a group of asylum-seekers protested their removal from the camp in Sofia … Weiterlesen

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Inside a Bulgarian Detention Center

Al Jazeera’s Laurence Lee reports from the Bulgarian detention center in Busmantsi.

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