Migrants walk in line as they enter Germany via the Austrian - German border during snowfall near Wegscheid, southern Germany, on November 21, 2015. AFP PHOTO / DPA / ARMIN WEIGEL
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Germany will this week start deporting asylum seekers from the western Balkans whose applications have been unsuccessful, government sources told Reuters Tuesday.The government sources said Berlin had reached an agreement with Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro to allow it to repatriate asylum seekers whose identification papers had expired or been destroyed.Many asylum seekers destroy their passports upon arrival in their destination country, one of the reasons why Germany has been able to deport only about 30 percent of rejected asylum seekers.
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