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Germany may tighten rules allowing failed asylum seekers leave to stay: paper

BERLIN (Reuters) - New draft legislation would make it harder for some migrants who have been denied asylum in Germany to obtain waivers to stay in the country, the German newspaper Die Welt said on Wednesday.
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