More than 7,000 refugees have lost their patience with German authorities for their delay in handling asylum applications and have filed..
Female refugees seeking asylum from asylum centres in Germany
- Increasing numbers of female refugees are abandoning their accommodation centres in Germany to seek sanctuary in homes for domestic violence victims.
The distressing news about the plight of female refugees in Germany comes as the world marks the UN's 'International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women'.
In the state of Saxony-Anhalt there are no figures available but 20 female shelters have now opened their doors to provide a refuge for abused and children.
Those affected in Germany come from countries such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, according to a survey by the German press agency. There, they were beaten, oppressed, or passed to other men.
Experts say part of the problem is the inability of men to accept the freedom accorded to their wives, daughters and siblings in the west.(Excerpt) Read more at: dailymail.co.uk ...
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