Refugee camps under strain

Holt, Ed
July 2001
Slovak Spectator;7/2/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 26, p1
Focuses on the condition of refugees in Slovakia as of July 2001. Tragedy experienced by Indian refugees who attempted to cross the Morava river into the Czech Republic on June 12, 2001; Fate of the increasing number of immigrants coming to the country; Legislative actions in Slovakia to keep out illegal immigrants.


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