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Revocation of Citizenship

A U.K. appeals court ruled that two former British citizens, whose citizenship was revoked based on their ties to terrorism and Islamic extremism, bear the burden of proof to show how the revocation orders render them stateless.

LONDON – A U.K. appeals court ruled that two former British citizens, whose citizenship was revoked based on their ties to terrorism and Islamic extremism, bear the burden of proof to show how the revocation orders render them stateless.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Government, International

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