Dutch govt sued over treatment of asylum-seekers

The World

The Dutch government is due in court next month, accused of "the inhumane treatment of refugees" in the Netherlands. The Dutch Refugee Council, a nongovernmental organization, is suing the government over the conditions at migrant reception centers across the country. One facility has been described as a health hazard, after a 3-month-old baby died there last week. The World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports.

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