Asylum seekers say Rwanda better than Libya, but they will try for Europe again

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By Clement Uwiringiyimana KIGALI (Reuters) – Asylum seekers sent from filthy, dangerous Libyan detention centers to Rwanda say their new quarters are a huge improvement but they still want to reach Europe – raising questions over the deterrent effect of Britain’s plan to transfer migrants to the East African country. The first flight of asylum seekers from Britain is set to depart on Tuesday evening for Kigali, although only a handful of people may be aboard amid a flurry of last-minute legal challenges. Britain said it plans to send anyone caught trying to enter the country illegally, a tough…

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