Hamelin - A fire in an asylum centers in Germany, leaving 170 people had to be evacuated, proved to be lit by two immigrants who had stayed there. According to German media wanted to see the two thereby accelerate that they got back their passports.
The fire raged Wednesday in the refugee shelter in place Hamelin in the state bordering the Netherlands Lower Saxony. The refugees of 21 and 26 from Lebanon strike according to the authorities two mattresses. They wanted to quickly get their passports back because they wanted to return because of a death in the family to their homeland.
Four security officers were slightly injured by the fire.