(The Local) If Germany can't deport a refugee back to the country they claim to be from, it gives financial incentives to other countries to take them in, a refugee organization claims.
It is a grim picture. After years of waiting on an asylum application and exhausting their various appeal processes, an asylum seeker is put into a plane back to Africa.
But the country he lands in is not his own. His only attachment to it is that it is a country he travelled through to get to Europe.
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Sometimes given €50 by German authorities, sometimes given nothing at all, from here the migrant is left to go it alone.