Danish police have set up a border control point on January 5, 2016 at the border town of Krusa bei Flensburg. AFP / dpa / Carsten Rehder
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Denmark has kicked a foreign student out of the country for exceeding hourly part-time work regulations, despite Aarhus University's efforts to hang onto one of its top students, the school said Saturday.The Scandinavian country has some of Europe's strictest immigration policies, and has repeatedly tightened its regulations in recent months to deter foreigners from seeking a new life in the country.Working part-time as a cleaner to help pay for his studies, Youbi was found to have occasionally exceeded the 15 hours he was allowed to work per week.Youbi said he was still hopeful he could return to Denmark to resume his studies.
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