There is endless talk about clandestine immigration, about immigrants without papers, the daily dramas of millions of men and women who make their way from Sub-Saharan Africa –bringing their dreams as they flee situations of extremity– to get to Europe. They know the measures the north will take to protect its borders, and that the journey is dangerous and frequently...
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