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Malini, Roberto
By Roberto Malini
Co-founder, EveryOne Group, Italy

Articles in this column
Rome - Investigators have found a 15-cm long swastika, engraved with a blade, on the window of the concierge’s lodge where poor Rafael Cohen was found dead. The investigators, under the command of Colonel Salvatore Cagnazzo, have spoken to the tenants of the building, who say the Nazi symbol has been there for about a year. (Full Story)
Rome - On the day of Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Rome, a member of the capital’s Jewish community, Raffi Coen, was stabbed through the heart. Coen was 74 years old and well-loved in the Jewish community. (Full Story)
Rome - The latest scandal involving the illegal betting on football games, with millions of euro paid out by punters every Sunday on the league championship series (Serie A, B and C), confirms that the Mafia has now penetrated every sphere of Italian society. (Full Story)
Florence - The forced evictions of Roma families are continuing throughout Italy. In Rome, the clearance of the Magliana aqueduct area on the morning of May 9th - without the offer of alternative lodgings - has resulted in a humanitarian emergency for many Roma families. In Milan, the operations against the Piazza Lugano settlement has forced five Romanian Roma families to undertake a dramatic exodus as they were already living in conditions of extreme poverty and poor health.
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A terrible tragedy is underway in Ivory Coast among the general indifference of the civilized world, which is focused on interests of a different nature and places no value on the lives of African people. (Full Story)
Lampedusa - For months EveryOne Group and a network of NGOs for human rights have been calling on the international institutions to set up a service able to follow, mile by mile, the boats that set sail from Libya with refugees aboard. (Full Story)
Milan (Italy) - The Maltese government has reserved a poor humanitarian welcome for sub-Saharan refugees despite them being entitled to asylum in the European Union. The hangar at Hal Far airport, where the refugee camp has been set up, consists of several rows of tents and in no way does it comply with the United Nations or International Red Cross protocols. (Full Story)
Lampedusa _ One of the most serious violations of the rights of refugees is taking place in the Mediterranean amid general indifference. (Full Story)
Milan (Italy) - The tragedy that led to the death of the Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni must induce Palestinian leaders to reconsider the methods of resistance adopted, and the pursuit of progress and freedom. (Full Story)
Lampedusa - On the night of March 22nd, 335 sub-Saharan refugees, including women and children, mostly Ethiopians and Eritreans, set sail from Tripoli (Libya) hoping to reach the Italian coast and flee from persecution. The boat, driven by a smuggler, went missing just a few hours later. (Full Story)
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