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Germany shelters Russians persecuted for their political beliefs

By DW
04 September 2022   |   12:02 pm
In May, Germany's interior ministry vowed to protect Russian anti-war activists and other dissidents fleeing the country. How many individuals have been taken in, and why are some rejected?

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