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Roman citizens defy law to help migrants
by Steve Scherer
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10 March 2017
On 10 March 2017 Reuters reported:
Volunteers served macaroni in marinara sauce to dozens of migrants outside one of Rome's biggest train stations this week, offering help to travelers largely ignored by institutions on the frontline of Europe's migrant crisis. . . . volunteers cook meals at home and bring them to a bare plaza outside Tiburtina station where tents are set up at 9 p.m. and taken down in the early morning. The Baobab Experience group of volunteers...saw between 500 and 1,000 migrants per day last summer, and volunteers have helped almost 63,000 migrants over the past two years with no state funding -- only donations.
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Robel Tesfit, a 27-year-old Eritrean-Ethiopian who everybody calls 'Bob', arrived in Italy by sea in 2015, hoping to reach Britain where he wanted 'to play for Manchester United'.
He never made it to Britain, and returned to Rome where he was granted asylum. Now he uses his knowledge of Italian, Arabic, Tigrinya, and Amharic to help Baobab volunteers, who gave him food, shelter and advice on his journey.
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