Pay families €30 a day to host migrant'

September 2014
Evening Standard;9/26/2014, p30
THE mayor of Rome is backing a plan to pay families €30 (£23) a day to host migrants as Italy struggles to cope with thousands of Africans fleeing war and persecution.


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