Danemark : « Objectif zéro demandeur d’asile »

PADBORG, DENMARK - JANUARY 06: Danish police conducting spot checks on incoming traffic check the documents of the passengers of a van arriving from Germany at the A7 highway border crossing on January 6, 2016 near Padborg, Denmark. Denmark introduced a 10-day period of passport controls and spot checks yesterday on its border to Germany in an effort to stem the arrival of refugees and migrants seeking to pass through Denmark on their way to Sweden. Denmark reacted to border controls introduced by Sweden the same day and is seeking to avoid a backlog of migrants accumulating in Denmark. Refugees still have the right to apply for asylum in Denmark and those caught without a valid passport or visa who do not apply for asylum are sent back to Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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