Shattered dreams: life in Italy's migrant camps - a photo essay

Photographer Sean Smith went to Camp San Ferdinando and Camp Bello in southern Italy to meet the residents When Matteo Salvini took over as Italy’s interior minister in June, he made one thing clear: the “good times” for asylum seekers and migrants were over.But at the San Ferdinando ghetto in southern Italy the “good times” never properly arrived in the first place. This was home to Sacko Soumayla, a 29-year-old Malian trade unionist who was fighting for the rights of migrant workers. Soumayla was shot in the head by an...

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By: The Guardian - Wednesday, 10 October

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