Moro cancels refuge of Paraguayans accused of integrating armed movement

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The Minister of Justice, Sergio Moro, revoked the refugee status of three Paraguayan citizens accused of kidnapping and participating in a leftist armed movement in that country.

In an order published on Tuesday (23rd) in the Brazilian official government newspaper, Diário Oficial da União, Moro denied an administrative appeal that had been submitted to the Conare (National Committee for Refugees) by Juan Francisco Arrom Suhurt, Anuncio Martí Méndez and Victor Antonio Colmán Ortega.

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