Sweden and Germany were among the nations who said they would take in the most asylum-seekers. However, it was reported this week that Sweden would be attempting to turn away up to 80,000 refugees (nearly half of all they took in) who didn’t pass the screening process.
Germany is now reportedly clamping down:
Germany moves to tighten rules for asylum seekers, following uproar over robberies and sex assaults. https://t.co/ddm8xs5Wcx
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) January 29, 2016
Maybe President Obama could alleviate concerns by letting Germany know refugees are mostly “widows and orphans.”
Oh they're getting around to that? https://t.co/ZxlG62Iv9f
— Omri Ceren (@cerenomri) January 29, 2016
@cnnbrk Too late.
— Rufus Johnson☆ (@Mikes_idea) January 29, 2016
Next time you consider reading Time Magazine, remember who they selected as person of the year https://t.co/J7gv4gqvhb
— Lee Korman (@LeeCKorman) January 29, 2016
The right move a bit too late. https://t.co/U7tB0xTDkh
— Nnaziri Ihejirika (@Nnaziri) January 29, 2016
And you want to bring them here? Lol no https://t.co/LiUWG1jvea
— Spicy△⃒⃘Voldemom✨ (@MeliiTheEmpress) January 29, 2016