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ITALY-IMMIGRANTS/TOMATOES
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September 28, 2009
An African immigrant washes himself in a makeshift camp in the countryside near the village of Rignano...
RIGNANO GARGANICO, Italy
An African immigrant washes himself in a makeshift camp in the countryside near the village of Rignano...
An African immigrant washes himself in a makeshift camp in the countryside near the village of Rignano Garganico, southern Italy, September 23, 2009. Every year thousands of immigrants, many of them from Africa, flock to the fields and orchards of southern Italy to eke out a living as seasonal workers picking grapes, olives, tomatoes and oranges. Broadly tolerated by authorities because of their role in the economy, they endure long hours of backbreaking work for as little as 15-20 euros ($22-$29) a day and live in squalid makeshift camps without running water or electricity. Picture taken September 23, 2009. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY POLITICS HEALTH EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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