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A new report by the EU border agency Frontex shows that most persons detected crossing irregularly into the EU between July and September 2013 were Syrians. Syrians also submitted more applications for asylum than any other nationality.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) declared on 27 February that, if a Member State chooses to provide material reception to asylum seekers in the form of a financial allowance rather than direct public services, the allowance must be enough to ensure a d
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that a Nigerian woman and her three children did not have an effective opportunity to challenge their removal from Belgium on the ground that they faced a risk of ill-treatment in Nigeria.
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