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Council of Europe slams the Netherlands over mistreatment of asylum seekers

By DW
05 September 2022   |   5:18 am
Europe's top human rights body, not connected to the EU, has criticized the Netherlands over the handling of migrants at the Ter Apel asylum center.

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