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UK parliament says Rwanda asylum bill violates human rights

A UK parliamentary report published on 12 February has found that the Rwanda Bill, which designates Rwanda as a safe place for the processing of asylum seekers, violates both British human rights obligations and international law. We recently reported on how asylum seekers already sent to Rwanda by Britain – for medical treatment – had reported sexual abuse and harassment. Read about it here.

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