Germany toughens citizenship laws for terrorists and polygamists
29 June 2019 | 7:03 am
The German parliament has revised the Nationality Act to make it tougher on those joining foreign terrorist groups, polygamists and naturalized citizens who committed fraud to gain citizenship.
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