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Online special issue of Global Rights Magazine

“Rovi di Mare – Visioni di un orizzonte in bilico” is the title of the art exhibition, which opens on 30 January in Turin, by Petra Probst and Flavio Tiberti in memory of the victims of the 3 October 2013

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Dying of Thirst in the USA- Scott Warren on Trial

On June 11, Scott Warren walked free from a Tuscon, Arizona courthouse. The other alternative would have meant spending up to 20 years in a state penitentiary for trying to save the lives of some of those forced to cross the harsh desert near where he lives

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Bihac, on the border of Europe – Part Two

A delegation from Pordenone, led by social cooperative Noncello, has traveled to Bihac, Bosnia, to monitor the situation of refugees on a route which is not on the media spotlight

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Bihac, on the border of Europe – Part One

A delegation from Pordenone, led by social cooperative Noncello, has traveled to Bihac, Bosnia, to monitor the situation of refugees on a route which is not on the media spotlight

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Refugees, coffins ships and hunger

There are few more haunting memorials anywhere in the world than this group of six tall, bronze figures of emaciated men and women, and one dog, which stand on Quays

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Dismantling of Calais migrant camp underway

The dismantling of the migrant camp in the French city of Calais started today with a major operation, involving 1,250 policemen, according to information released by the prefecture of the department

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Meanwhile, in Italy: A Festival of Migrant Literature

There was a migrant literature festival in Sesto San Giovanni in early June and the September Mantua Literature Festival also focused on migrant stories

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