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Immigration news

Clegg: Asylum system should be efficient and fair

Refugees are honest, hardworking men and women who enrich the UK

UK’s Government is keen on sorting out inefficiency in the asylum system, ending unfair practices and acting internationally to help as many refugees as possible, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.

In a speech to mark to mark the 60th anniversary the formation of the Refugee Council in the UK and the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, Mr. Clegg said that the UN Convention on Refugees marked a turning point in the international community’s attitude towards the plight of displaced peoples.
 

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La Russa: EU should help Italy handle migrant inflow crisis

Italy’s Defence Minister Ignazio La Russa has asked the EU to help Italy deal with the migrant inflow crisis.

He said Italy had proved to be capable of handling the crisis well, but help from the EU was necessary.
 

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ALDE criticises re-introduction of border checks by Denmark

"The EU cannot and must not accept any attempt to roll back the EU Treaty"

Decision by Danish government to re-introduce internal border checks has been strongly criticised by the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) in the European Parliament.
 

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Bossi: Left-wing politicians after immigrants’ votes

"They are racists against Italians"

Italian left-wing politicians are racists against Italians, leader of Northern League party Umberto Bossi has said.

They favour illegal immigrants while forgetting Italians, he said. ”They are racists against our people”
 

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Earthquake "prophecy" sparks panic in Rome

Experts: It is an urban myth

Many people have abandoned Rome over fears the city will be hit by a huge earthquake.

Thousands are reported to have left the city or avoided to come to Rome today. So many have been going to churches to pray while others have been making donations to charities.
 

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