Bulgarian Police Detain 61 Illegal Migrants

Society | May 25, 2013, Saturday // 15:40| Views: | Comments: 2
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61 asylum seekers trying to cross from Turkey have been apprehended within 24 hours by Bulgarian border authorities.

The illegal migrants were arrested in 9 separate cases in the area of the Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint.

The persons are nationals from Syria, the Palestian Authority, Algeria, Mali, Eritrea, Sudan and Benin, reports the Bulgarian police.

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Ivanko - 25 May 2013 // 22:06:44

No, Greece has a fence on the border so they have to cross the border with Bulgaria. Only that does not seem to be so easy...

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Philippe - 25 May 2013 // 16:35:58

Stange that so many migrants are arrested during the recent period. Is there something wrong with the bribing system?

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