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Lebanon: Deportation Threat for Sudan Refugees

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Expand People wave a Lebanese national flag during a protest in Central Beirut December 11, 2006. © 2006 Reuters (Beirut) – The Lebanese government should revoke the deportation orders of three United Nations-recognized Sudanese refugees and release them from detention, Legal Agenda, the Anti-Racism Movement (ARM), Human Rights Watch, Insan, and the Lebanese Center for Human Rights (CLDH) said today. During 2018, Lebanon’s General Security Directorate, the agency that oversees entry and exit of foreigners, has deported at least eight non-Syrian recognized refugees. Two of the refugees facing…

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