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Denmark’s former immigration minister has been sentenced to 60 days in prison, after she was found guilty of illegally separating underage, asylum-seeking couples. Inger Støjberg was accused of violating the European Convention on Human Rights. Judges overseeing her impeachment trial said Støjberg had intentionally neglected her ministerial duties when she ordered the separation of at least 23 asylum-seeking couples in 2016. Støjberg is known for promoting anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies in Denmark.

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