Don’t deport refugee to Ebola, Liberian government says


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Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

Liberia: do not deport asylum seeker

Thursday Oct 23, 2014, 11:48 (Update: 23-10-14, 12:14)

Liberia does not want the Netherlands to deport an asylum seeker. The Deputy Ambassador of Liberia calls on the Dutch government to let him stay here until the Ebola crisis in the country has passed.

The court in Den Bosch decided on Monday that the 31-year-old Liberian can be expelled. The man claimed that the Netherlands provides a travel warning for Liberia and that Belgium also does not deport Liberians because of Ebola. But according to the court, the probability of an Ebola infection is small and the man can take steps to not be contaminated.

“The court must look again at this issue on humanitarian grounds,” said Deputy Ambassador Jarjar Kamara in the program The Ochtend on NPO Radio 1. “Let the applicants stay in the Netherlands until the crisis will be over.” …

Kamara gets support from immigration law professor Anton van Kalmthout. He calls the appeal understandable. “There is an emergency. Flights are canceled. Why does the negative travel advice not apply to a Liberian that is deported? … ” said Van Kalmthout in De Ochtend.

Monday deportation

It is intended that the Liberian this Monday will be put on a plane. His lawyer is trying to prevent this with an action before the European Court of Human Rights.

Next week, the Lower House of Parliament will be talking about the issue, but by then the man may have already been deported. Professor Van Kalmthout believes that the government should postpone the deportation until it will be clear what the outcome of the parliamentary debate will be.

LIBERIA’S Ebola crisis stepped up a gear today as dozens of starving quarantined people threatened to break out of isolation: here.

England: No, there is not a ‘black illegal immigrant with Ebola’ missing in Leicester: here.

The giant pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline said yesterday that its work on a vaccine for Ebola will “come too late” to do anything about the current situation. Even now it is trying to compress trials that would normally take a decade into a year. The impression it gives is that it is working flat out, no holds barred. But hang on a moment. Ebola was discovered back in 1976. What has GlaxoSmithKline been doing since then? Answer: not much: here.

All incoming travelers from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone must self-report their temperatures for 21 days after arriving in the U.S. [NYT]

Ebola animated cartoon by Mark Fiore: here.

The imperialist powers are using the West Africa Ebola outbreak as a cover for re-establishing or strengthening their military presence in their former colonies. Their aim is to further their geo-strategic interests including control of the region’s offshore oil resources. To this end, rather than sending financial or healthcare assistance, they are deploying military forces: here.

BAMAKO, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Mali confirmed its first case of Ebola on Thursday, becoming the sixth West African country to be touched by the worst outbreak on record of the haemorrhagic fever, which has killed nearly 4,900 people: here.

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