According to the German press, 11 members of MKO who had come from Amman and wanted to enter Germany were
According to the German press, 11 members of MKO who had come from Amman and wanted to enter Germany were detained and their passports were confiscated.
An emergency court didn't let their immediate extradition, but the government wants to cancel their asylum status which was given to them several years ago.
Some of the licenses they have dates back to 25 years ago.
Germany tries to have a good relationship with Iran and crack down on MKO, which is in the EU's list of terrorist organizations.
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