Britain has deported an Afghan family who had sought sanctuary in a mosque after their application for asylum was refused.
Farid Ahmadi, his wife and two children left Britain on a flight to Germany today (Wednesday).
Under European law, asylum seekers can have their case heard only in the E-U country where they first apply for asylum.
The Ahmadis first applied in Germany but then traveled to Britain, where they applied for asylum again.
Their British application was turned down. They then sought refuge in a mosque but were arrested there in a police raid earlier this month.