“Refugees” revolt in Italy again
Posted by Ann Corcoran on August 22, 2012
African migrants continue to arrive in ships (if you’ve read The Camp of the Saints, the photo here will be meaningful) and foment unrest.
From Adnkronos International:
Ragusa, 21 Aug. (AKI) – Two police were hospitalised with minor injuries in southern Italy following a revolt by more than a dozen Tunisian migrants who feared they would be sent home.
The 14 migrants were arrested in the Italian southern region of Sicily after destroying the detention centre in the city of Ragusa where they were held.
The men, who had only arrived by boat to the Sicilian island of Lampedusa a couple of weeks before, were arrested by the police and accused of resistance and violence towards authorities in Ragusa, a city in southwestern Sicilian where the migrant centre was located.
Yup, that Arab Spring was really a good thing for North Africa, so good they are still fleeing…
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