Denmark

'Asylum Road': Denmark hopes it will lead to Rwanda by the end of 2022 | Photo: 2016/Carsten Rehder/dpa
Rwanda has hosted refugees and asylum seekers from the region for the past two decades | Photo: Stephanie Aglietti/AFP
The Danish government wanted to send refugee Aya Abo Daher, seen here with her high school principal, back to Syria | Photo: Rahima Abdullah
Denmark has applied a series of changes to its asylum law in recent years | Photo: picture-alliance /blickwinkel / S. Ziese
On 14 April 2022, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel (left) and Rwandan Foreign Minister Vincent Biruta (right) sign a new asylum agreement. | Photo: AP
Denmark's Minister for Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye speaks to the press ahead of a EU Special Justice and Home Affairs Council on the response to the situation in Ukraine, at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, 27 February 2022 | Photo: Stephanie Lecocq / EPA
Screenshot from a Twitter video showing Danish authorities conducting an forced deportation at the Avnstrup asylum center on March 29 | Source: twitter.com/trampolinhuset
Denmark's Minister for Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye speaks to the press ahead of a EU Special Justice and Home Affairs Council on the response to the situation in Ukraine, at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, 27 February 2022 | Photo: EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ
A refugee tent camp in Thisted, Denmark | Photo: EPA/Sara Gangsted
Inger Stoejberg is the first Danish government official to be impeached in three decades | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Imago
Denmark recently withdrew the residence permit of many Syrian refugees after declaring the country safe | Photo: Jens Dresling/AP Photo/picture alliance
Danish immigration minister Inger Stojberg believes she will be fully acquitted | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/T. Eisenkrätzer