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PEGNITZ. The suitcases were quickly packed, but there was a hint of sadness: “I felt very comfortable here and I take a lot of impressions with me,” says Amelye Sanga, who lived in Pegnitz as an intern. Last year. Her organization Mission Eine Welt decided at short notice, according to mission pastor Deanery Christoph Weißmann, that she had to return to her home country as a precaution because thefts are possible again.