Danish advert placed in several Lebanese newspapers, warning against immigration to Denmark. (The Daily Star)
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Denmark has placed adverts in several Lebanese newspapers warning would-be migrants about new and tighter restrictions on those seeking asylum in the country.The adverts appeared in at least three Arabic-language newspapers and one English-language daily in Lebanon Monday. "Today I have, as promised, published advertisements in four Lebanese newspapers informing about the changed conditions for people who apply for asylum in Denmark," she wrote.She said the text would also be placed in asylum centers in Denmark in 10 different languages and spread on social media. A spokeswoman for Denmark's integration ministry denied a report that five major newspapers in Turkey had refused to carry the adverts.Lebanon, with a population of just four million, is hosting more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees.
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