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Italy Accepts 37 Sudan Refugees From Ship

After weeks stranded in the Mediterranean, 37 Africans were allowed to disembark in Italy on Monday after officials here bowed to international pressure and agreed to accept the desperate migrants. All but one of the refugees are from Sudan, and most say they fled Darfur, where Arab attackers have razed hundreds of black African villages, killed tens of thousands and driven more than 1 million from their homes. “They chose to let them land for humanitarian reasons,” said local police official Giuseppe Balzamo. Full Story

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