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Hard Times Worsen Immigration Tension in Europei
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April 05, 2013 2:11 PM
While the U.S. Congress has reached an agreement on providing legal status to some undocumented workers, the issue of immigration remains volatile in many parts of the world - particularly in Europe, where economic hard times are exacerbating old tensions. VOA Europe Correspondent Al Pessin reports.

Hard Times Worsen Immigration Tension in Europe

Published April 05, 2013

While the U.S. Congress has reached an agreement on providing legal status to some undocumented workers, the issue of immigration remains volatile in many parts of the world - particularly in Europe, where economic hard times are exacerbating old tensions. VOA Europe Correspondent Al Pessin reports.


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