A Boeing 737 airplane of the Czech airline "Travel-Service" taxis before takeoff at the Leipzig-Halle airport in Schkeuditz, eastern Germany on October 24, 2017. Sebastian Willnow/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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Germany expelled 14 rejected Afghan asylum seekers, the interior ministry said Wednesday, amid angry protests that the war-ravaged country is unsafe for returnees.Germany resumed deportations of rejected asylum seekers from Afghanistan last month after suspending the process when a devastating truck bomb hit the Afghan capital in May.That group of eight Afghans represented the sixth wave of repatriations of Afghans from Germany since December under a disputed Afghan-European Union deal aimed at curbing the influx of migrants.More than 13,300 Afghans have applied for asylum in Germany since the start of the year.
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