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Many of the failed applicants who can't be repatriated are from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Russia
BERLIN, March 26 (Reuters) - The number of failed asylum seekers who could not be repatriated from Germany because they lack valid documents jumped 71 percent in 2017 compared with the previous year, the interior ministry said on Monday.
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Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Thu, 9 Jul 2015 20:08 GMT
What’s one way you can tell more frequent droughts and floods are hitting families hard in Kenya’s western Nyando district? Doors are closed at mealtimes.
“With less food, nobody is willing to share,” said Mary Nyasimi, who works in East Africa to ensure information on adapting crops to climate change gets to women as well as men.
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