Police to tell on 'refugees' who go back on holiday

Police to tell on 'refugees' who go back on holiday
SWEDEN -- The border police in Skåne react to that refugees from Iraq, who have received permanent residence permits for security reasons, unhindered can make trips back to Iraq, reports HD.

Now the police will begin to tell the Migration Board about instances where protection reasons and residence permit may be reconsidered, reports TV 4 News Malmö.

Often six fully booked planes a week fly to Iraq from Malmö Airport. Among the passengers are Iraqis who have been granted residence permits in Sweden because they risk being imprisoned, tortured or killed in their home country. Yet, these people travel to Iraq and sometimes spend months there, according to the television channel.

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"I'm concerned that the use of cannabis increases in Norway while it decreases in the rest of Europe." In 2016 police and customs seized the largest amount of hashish ever in a single year.

Russian state owned news outlet RT, was blocked from posting on its Facebook page for 20 hours before Facebook lifted the ban, while another US digital platform, Twitter-based news-breaking service Dataminr, has moved to deny service to RT with immediate effect.

Up to 30 people are missing and feared dead after an avalanche hit a hotel in Italy. The avalanche was likely triggered by the earthquakes in the country Wednesday, and some of the missing are children.

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