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Commenting article: Bulgarian Police Detain 166 Migrants in Sofia

As many as 166 irregular migrants have been detained in Bulgaria's capital Sofia, police say.

The foreign nationals in question have presented no identity documents during a police check.

They make up more than half of the 300 people whose documents have been inspected in the past 24 hours.

The operation is still ongoing, according to police authorities.

A surge in the number of specialized operations against irregular migrants has been registered in Sofia and elsewhere. Bulgaria's government claims smuggling activity using the country has a transit destination has been on the rise in the past few weeks.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 12 Aug 2016 // 21:44:33

They will be the first batch for the concentrations camps that will be formed in Bulgaria.... Bulgaria is nice for concentration camps it is not like Siberia.... but thank you Germany, Thank you Merkel and thank you EU commission for working hard to achieve this.. for doing nothing... why no one is telling laud and clear to the people of the middle east and Africa that they are not welcomed in Europe??? why the humane Europeans cant find courage to tell the Truth.. this is the decent thing to do.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 14 Aug 2016 // 21:38:40

Why the immigrants avoid Romania..??? because they are told the true story of Dracula....So bad!!!! the EU commission knows only the Hollywood version of this story.

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