Head of German refugee office quits amid asylum seeker crisis

September 17, 2015 12:19

BERLIN- The head of Germany's Office for Migration and Refugees, which has been criticized for being slow in processing applications from a record number of asylum seekers, has resigned for personal reasons, the Interior Ministry said on Thursday.

Manfred Schmidt had been president of the Office since 2010.

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