Britain has just deported 40 Iraqi citizens who had been seeking asylum there. It's the latest in a series of Iraqi deportations by European governments. The UN's Refugee agency has criticized the move, saying failed asylum seekers should not be sent back to Iraq. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
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