Hundreds of African immigrants invaders overwhelm Italian port

The long line of migrants invaders are led to a refugee camp by guards to make their claim for asylum

With just the clothes on their back and the rucksacks on their shoulders, an Italian port is swamped by hundreds of immigrants invaders as yet another boat unloads its cargo of desperate travellers invaders fleeing the horrors of their homeland.

The crowds of men, women and children have disembarked at Port Augusta in Sicily after making the terrifying journey across the Mediterranean – a trip which has claimed the lives of more than 1,000 people over the last 12 months – in the hope that they will be able to find asylum and a better life in Europe.

Many arrive from Libya, where human traffickers have begun to take advantage of the breakdown in order following the toppling of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011, while others come from other north African countries such as Eritrea…