Black People : The Meditarranean crisis

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  1. Boboshante

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    Not sure if this news makes it on your news reels but over the last two months thousands of Africans have being rounded up trying to get into Europe from Africa.

    Such are the dangers that hundreds have died in the vessels used to ferry people from North Africa. Until recently only Italy showed any concern for the plight of men women and children so desperate to escape from their beleaguered lives in Africa.

    Thousands and thousands are heading to Europe and it's causing panic right across Europe. Today the euro tunnel in France had to be closed after riots broke out during an industrial dispute made worse by the refugees in France trying to board lorries heading to the uk.

    Last week a body was found near to Heathrow airport. It's said he fell from an airplane after hiding himself in the area of the plane where the wheels are located.

    I've never known anything like this before.
     
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    From the lack of interest it sort of confirms the insular perspective of USA citizens.

    The death tolls are now over a thousand and growing by the day. Our African brothers are dying trying to flee poverty and aside from the forum host not one cares.

    http://news.sky.com/story/1507687/calais-chaos-more-fences-and-more-dogs-planned

    Calais: More Fences And More Dogs Planned

    The PM brands the situation "unacceptable" as migrants try for a second day to board UK-bound lorries in slow-moving traffic.
    news.sky.com
     
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