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May 15, 1998
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY BC-PORTUGAL-FAIR - A Worker of EXPO-98 and Vasco da Gama Bridge, unemployed...
Portugal
AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS UNEMPLOYED AFTER LISBON WORLD FAIR EXPO-98 CONSTRUCTION.
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY BC-PORTUGAL-FAIR - A Worker of EXPO-98 and Vasco da Gama Bridge, unemployed after the projects were completed, explains his living conditions on Quinta do Mocho May 6. The Quinta do Mocho slum is a foul-smelling, patchwork of miserable dwellings that are home to some 3,000 people, mainly immigrants from Portugal's former African colonies. With no sanitation and electricity robbed through a lattice of wires stretching out the nearest public power cable, the scene is worthy of the worst of a third world city.

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