SEPTEMBER 27 2012 21:14h
MOSTAR, Sept 27 (Hina) - Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday deported Ammar Al Hanchi to Tunisia, after he was declared a threat to Bosnia's national security, the Bosnia's agency for affairs of foreign citizens reported.
Al Hanchi, who had been in the immigration centre in Sarajevo since April 2009, was flown to his homeland of Tunisia, and was escorted by officers of the said agency. He is banned from going back to Bosnia in the next five years.
There are currently 17 foreigners in the immigration centre and two of them have been declared a threat to national security.