Ljubljana, 21 August - From the beginning of the year until Thursday slovene police and border officials have captured 957 Yugoslav citizens who attempted to illegally enter the country. 253 were returned to Croatia or Hungary, while 268 were treated as "passengers" - as they had enough money and the required identification documents they were allowed to return where they came from, daily Delo writes Friday. The three reception centers in Slovenia currently host about 70 people from regions for which it hasn't yet been decided what is actually going on there. A common feature for all is the fear of a new wave of refugees. No one wants that, Delo says.
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