LGBTQ asylum-seekers routinely rejected in Europe 

The World

In Europe, 1 in 3 people seeking asylum on the grounds that they are at risk of persecution because of their sexuality are being routinely rejected, according to a new four-year study conducted by the University of Sussex in the UK. Dr. Moira Dustin, who led the UK part of the research, joins Carol Hills.

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