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Police raid in Doberlug-Kirchhain refugee camp in Brandenburg.

On Wednesday 13 November 2019 a group of asylum-seekers living in refugee camp held a demo in front of the Foreigners Office outside their camp against nightly police raid in the camp to arrest people with Dublin cases and against the involuntary deportations outside Germany.

The protest started at 1:30 PM and took 1.5 hours. The protestors read their statement and shouted slogans against mass deportations and limitation on movement. The called for maximum participation of all refugees and asylum-seekers in claiming back their basic and fundamental rights to freedom of speech, freedom of movement and etc.

On Thursday 7 November 2013, a group of police officers raided the rooms in singles house of the camp checking all the ID cards late in the night and created an atmosphere of terror and stress among refugees. The protest on Wednesday showed solidarity with actions against police brutality and nightly raids on the residents of the refugee camp.

Statement and Call of Refugee Selforganisation in Brandenburg :
We, the exiled refugees and asylum-seekers living in Doberlug-Kirchhain Red Cross refugee camp, have fled war, destruction, dictatorship and economic difficulties in our homelands and asked for asylum in Germany. But our life has become more complicated in Germany since BAMF claims ultimate control over the asylum-seekers’ life and limits all sorts of movement.

Asylum-seekers and refugees of Doberlug-Kirchhain facility.
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