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Baba
'In Europe it is very difficult to have time for each other; everybody is busy looking for his own life.'
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2011 14:20

Baba came to Spain from Ghana three years ago. He expected life in Europe to be easier. He believes that in a couple of years more Europeans will be going to Africa than Africans going to Europe, because "at that time Africa will be the best place for making a better future".

 

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Al Jazeera
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