Egypt: Asylum-seekers and migrants risk forcible return
Fthawi Zenawi Teklealefa, Bahlbi Goytom Aynalem, Abrham Afwerki Tafele and 85 other asylum-seekers and migrants, including four Ethiopian and scores of Eritrean nationals are at imminent risk of being forcibly returned to Eritrea and Ethiopia by the Egyptian authorities. If returned, they would be at grave risk of arbitrary detention, torture and unfair trials.
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