Denmark has become the first European country to strip Syrian migrants of refugee status, telling them to return their country as it is now deemed safe.
The Islamist insurgency which has waged a ruthless war against the government of Bashar Al-Assad with the backing of western intelligence agencies since 2011 but has been effectively defeated after Russian and US intervention turned the tide against the largest terrorist faction, the Islamic State.
So far Denmark has stripped 94 Syrian refugees of their asylum status and although the migrants will be sent to deportation camps but will not be forced to leave the country immediately.
The move by the country ruling centre-Left Social Democratic Party is designed to fend off challenges from right wing parties who are enjoying greater support from a migration weary public.
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