Italy Paid African Refugees To Live in Germany

Fled conflict in Libya


HAMBURG, Germany, May 28 (UPI) — More than 300 African refugees living in Hamburg received $646 from the Italian government to go to Germany, a letter indicates.

The refugees turned up in Italy after war broke out in Libya in 2011, The reported.

A letter from a German interior minister to refugee advisers said that thousands of refugees received money from the Italian government to leave.