June 8, 2014

The Desperate, Brave Faces of Europe's Secret Crisis

Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail

The Associated Press

We are ignoring a European crisis that is going to change all our lives irreversibly and for ever. It is the huge, tragic surge of African migrants across the Mediterranean. Once inside the borderless European Union, these newcomers can and will settle anywhere. There is no law or power that can stop them.

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TAGGED: Ceuta, Northern Africa, Immigration, European Union, Europe


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