AL-HOL-FLÜCHTLINGSLAGER, GOUVERNEMENT AL-HASAKA, SYRIEN10. DEZEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Verfolgungsfahrt Syrians walking outside a tent in the Kurdish-run al-Hol camp2. Verfolgungsfahrt Syrians walking outside a tent in the Kurdish-run al-Hol camp3. Schwenk von rechts nach links Syrian women with their children in a tent in the Kurdish-run al-Hol campBERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND11. DEZEMBER 2020QUELLE: CORONA POOLEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE4. Totale Hans-Georg Engelke, German state secretary at the interior ministry, arrives5. Totale press conference6. O-TON 1 - Hans-Georg Engelke, State secretary at the Interior ministry (Mann, German, 20 Sek.): 'He (German Interior Minister Seehofer) is essentially concerned with the signal that Germany must not be a safe haven for dangerous persons or serious criminals. Those who commit crimes or pursue terrorist aims to do serious harm to our state and our population should and will have to leave our country.'7. O-TON 2 - Hans-Georg Engelke, State secretary at the Interior ministry (Mann, German, 10 Sek.): 'At present, there are around 90 Syrian suspected Islamists in Germany. It is incomprehensible that a deportation in these cases is not even examined. The general ban on deportations (to Syria) will expire at the end of this year.'