A picture taken on August 13, 2018 in The Hague shows two Armenian teens, Howick (R) and Lili, facing imminent expulsion from the Netherlands. / AFP / ANP / Lex van Lieshout
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Two Armenian teenagers due to be deported from the Netherlands have gone missing Saturday, the Dutch justice ministry said, in the latest twist of a high-profile drama as the pair battle to stay in the country.Howick and Lili last went missing a week ago, after the Hague-based Council of State, the country's highest administrative court, ruled there was no reason why the two teens should not be sent back to Armenia.Hambartsjumian was deported without them and has since told Dutch supporters she is unable to look after her children in Armenia.
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