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Denmark's decision to separate married couples in refugee centres if one party is below the age of 18 has been reversed after the government concluded it was in violation of international conventions.

Metroxpress reported on Wednesday that the Danish Immigration Service will now reunite several married couples who have been living separately since February.

"In some of these cases it has been it has been assessed that it would not be compatible with Denmark's international obligations to maintain the separate living quarters, thus these couple have been offered to be housed together," DIS wrote in an official response to a parliamentary enquiry.


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