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Murder Convictions Highlight Roma Discrimination in Europeli
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August 07, 2013 1:38 AM
A court in Hungary has sentenced three men to life in prison and another for 13 years in jail for a series of killings targeting the Roma population. Advocacy groups say violence, intimidation and discrimination are experienced daily by the Roma - and not just in their historic homelands in eastern Europe. Henry Ridgwell has this report from London.

Murder Convictions Highlight Roma Discrimination in Europel

Published August 06, 2013

A court in Hungary has sentenced three men to life in prison and another for 13 years in jail for a series of killings targeting the Roma population. Advocacy groups say violence, intimidation and discrimination are experienced daily by the Roma - and not just in their historic homelands in eastern Europe. Henry Ridgwell has this report from London.


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