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Illegal migrants from Palestine, India, Afghanistan, and Algeria were arrested

By: C.R.

Between November 26th, 2021, from 6 am and November 27th, 2021, until 6 am, police officers from the Ljubljana Police Administration tracked down and arrested 6 foreigners while performing tasks of guarding the state border in the area of Ljubljana and Logatec.

Illegal migrants came from Palestine, India, Afghanistan, and Algeria, who crossed the state border illegally. Proceedings with foreigners are still ongoing.

Source: Ljubljana Police Administration

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