This video says about itself:
Refugees fleeing war in Yemen struggle in war-torn Somalia
17 August 2015
Thousands of Yemeni and Somali refugees still make their way across the gulf to Somalia. It’s a war that forced them to flee from one warring country to another, and the weak and vulnerable bear the brunt of the conflict. Mohamed Hirmoge reports.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands today:
Serbia, Slovenia and Macedonia admit only refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Asylum seekers from other countries are sent back at the border, says UN refugee agency UNHCR.
So, to say one positive thing about these three governments: at least, they admit there is a war in Afghanistan; ‘even though’ there are German and other NATO soldiers in Afghanistan. In admitting that, these governments are better than German minister De Maizière, who wants to send Afghan refugees back to death in their own country.
Now, the negative things about this policy; which claims that all refugees, not from Iraq, Syria or Afghanistan are supposedly ‘economic refugees’.
This means refugees from Bosnia will be sent back to dire poverty.
Refugees from Kosovo will be forcibly returned to still continuing post-1999 NATO war discrimination and violence against minorities.
Refugees from Libya will be forcibly returned to bloody war.
Refugees from Waziristan in Pakistan will be forcibly returned to bloody war.
Refugees from Yemen will be forcibly returned to bloody war.
Refugees from Somalia will be forcibly returned to bloody war.
Refugees from Nigeria will be forcibly returned to Boko Haram violence.