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Illegally entered intensive offender Ibrahim Miri is deported


Clan chief Ibrahim Miri is not released and may be deported. The Administrative Court refused an urgent request.

The illegally arrived in Germany clan member Ibrahim Miri may be deported. The Bremen administrative court has rejected an express request of the detainee and cleared the way for deportation Miris.

Previously, the advocate of the intensive care had already failed with his complaint.

On 8 November, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (Bamf) rejected the application for asylum Miris as "manifestly unfounded".

Miri had been deported from Germany to Lebanon only in the summer and had been banned from entering the country. However, the former president of the rocker group "Mongols MC Bremen" returned to Bremen in October - according to his own account he flew first with a new passport to Turkey and then drove hidden in a truck to Nuremberg.

After a few days he had traveled to Bremen, where he turned to the authorities and again applied for asylum in 1986 after a first application. Immediately afterwards, he was arrested and has since been in detention.

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Source: spiegel

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