September 16, 2010

Treatment of the Roma: The Shame of a Continent

The Guardian, The Guardian

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It would be a bitter irony if Europeans cannot reconcile their cherished right to free movement with the Roma community

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TAGGED: Nicolas Sarkozy, Europe, France, Paris, European Commission, President

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