‘Vikings of the Sea’: No more immigrants in the Giang Peninsula waiting room

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The surviving adults of the “Vikings of the Sea” were placed in this waiting room, a holiday center on the Gien Peninsula in Hyères.

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No more survivors of the NGO SOS Méditerranée ship ocean biking On the evening of Thursday November 24th, in a waiting room set up on the Gien peninsula in Hyères (Var), I learned of franceinfo from a corresponding source.

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The final two migrants, still there on Thursday morning, were taken to Marseille’s Center for Administrative Detention (CRA) for deportation. These two are from Bangladesh. According to franceinfo, the center of Giens is currently empty and no longer guarded. A prefectural ordinance is required to permanently close the waiting area.

Of the 234 people rescued by a humanitarian vessel in the Mediterranean on 11 November, about 40 unaccompanied minors were taken into the custody of child welfare. The rest of the adults were placed in this waiting room, a holiday center on the Gien Peninsula in Hyères (Var).

by a court decision or because they are unaccompanied minors or because they have been granted entry into the territory for asylum after an interview with the French Agency for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (Ofpra), Many were released.

Source: Francetvinfo

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