German parents want US asylum over schooling issue
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) — A couple who fled Germany with their five children over fears they would lose custody for not sending them to school has asked a U.S. appeals court to grant them asylum, saying schools in Germany are anti-Christian.
Uwe and Hannelore Romeike say in court documents that they believe God wants them to teach their children at home.
Germany's government requires students to attend a state-approved school, and parents who violate the law can face fines, jail...
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