Asylum-seekers returned back to Greece
Denmark has started deporting rejected asylum-seekers to Greece again. During the past six months, Denmark has only returned asylum-seekers there if Greece has guaranteed that the asylum-seekers will not be sent back to their home countries where they can be subjected to persecution or torture. In cases where Greece has not responded, the case has been tried in Denmark. This practice has now ceased. The Danish Refugee Council is concerned that asylum-seekers returned to Greece are sent back to their home countries to be tortured. A number of international organizations, including UNHCR, Amnesty International and the Council of Europe advice EU not to return asylum-seekers to Greece.
Danmarks Radio 29 June 2010 (in Danish)