Italy: Rise of far right fueling anti-migrant attacks

Racist politics blamed for an increase in violence against migrants and refugees in the country.

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    Organisations providing services to refugees and migrants in Italy say there has been an increase in racist attacks there.

    The rise of right-wing politics and nationalist attitudes in the country are blamed.

    Now, many of those arriving in Italy say they do not feel safe.

     

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports from Rome.


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