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In an interview with the Danish newspaper Politiken (translated by the Copenhagen Post), Dr Nando Sigona warns against the risk of turning young returnees into military targets for anti-Western militants

Denmark's participation with Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland and the UK in a European project (ERPUM) to establish a reception centre in Kabul where they can return rejected unaccompanied asylum seeking children is being roundly criticised by human rights activists and researchers.

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