Germany admits that it has lost track of 130,000 asylum seekers
Soon, it will be abundantly clear where at least some of them are, as they announce their presence in a manner that will be explosive.
“Germany admits 130,000 asylum seekers ‘lost’ raising fears over crime and terrorism,” by Justin Huggler, Telegraph, February 26, 2016:
More than 130,000 asylum seekers may have disappeared in Germany, according to newly released government figures, raising concerns over terrorism and organised crime.
In a parliamentary answer, Angela Merkel’s government said it had lost track of around 13 per cent of the 1.1 million people registered as asylum seekers last year.
The missing people never arrived at official government refugee accommodation which had been assigned to them.
The interior ministry later tried to row back on the admission, claiming the figures had been exaggerated by errors in data entry.
But there will be concerns those unaccounted for could include Islamic extremists or organised criminals who entered the country
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