Nasibullah S., an Afghan asylum seeker, returns to Germany after being wronly deported in early July 2018
A rainbow flag and two Austrian flags in Vienna
Nasibullah arrives back in Germany (picture-alliance/dpa/P.Zinken)
An archive picture showing rejected asylum seekers boarding an aircraft
Omid is an aspiring YouTuber in Germany
Esmail Khawari was deported from Sweden back to Afghanistan
Elin Ersson onboard a plane where she prevented the deportation of an Afghan on Monday, July 23
Two men from the group deported to Afghanistan on July 4, 2018, after arriving in Kabul
Police seized the 20-year-old Aghan national despite an ongoing asylum case
Two men from the largest group to be deported to Afghanistan, on July 4, 2018
Abdul Saboor got subsidiary protection-- including a one-year leave to remain-- from the French Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons when he arrived in France in October 2017. (Photo: InfoMigrants)
Refugees and migrants in Germany ask: Was it worth it to leave my country?