On August 26th, 2017, a 24 year old person from Libya was apprehended in Slovenia, near Ilirska Bistrica. He was found in a truck, as the police was checking it with flashlights.
The Slovene police took his phone. He asked for asylum, but they brought him to the Croatian police. The Croatian police brought him back to Serbia, in a van along with other people on the move. When they arrived at the Serbian border close to the railway, they were ordered to exit the van one by one, and they started walking in direction of Šid.
In order to frighten them a police officer sent a dog behind them. The interviewee kicked the dog that was trying to bite him in the ankle. The 3 Croatian police officers beat him, causing his nose to bleed. This was the 5th time our interviewee was pushed-back.