Italian island of Sardinia alarmed by increase in number of migrants arriving on its shores

The Italian holiday island of Sardinia has raised the alarm over the increasing number of migrants arriving on its shores from Algeria, in what could be a new route opening up across the Mediterranean.

The increase in landings may be linked to the situation in Libya, where a crackdown by the Libyan coast guard and alleged payments by the Tripoli government to smuggling gangs have led to a dramatic drop in the number of migrants crossing from Libyan coast to Italy.

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  • Spatchcocked

    Was there two years ago….the usual street sellers…….fake Rolex crap etcetera…same in Italy Spain…..the coppers make them scatter then two minutes later they return…….black as the ace of spades every man jack of them.

    Very off putting this white mans burden bullshit. Nations have borders dagnabbit.

    Other than that Sardinia is worth a look see………mobbed up apparently.
    Naples full of Chinese……so go figure.
    Canada full of unemployed muzzies and now Haitians…..soon them dreamy Central American Dacca thirty year old kids will arrive……and their M 13 cohort.
    Go figure.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Sardinia?
      What about the little fishies packed in tomato paste?

    • I was there 3 or 4 years ago, truly pity to see how it is flooded with illegals. Many were from Afghanistan, judging by their clothing. Many Africans, too. Tourism in southern Europe is dead, as far as I am concerned. Who wants to pay money to see these dregs of humanity everywhere? The governments concerned are destroying their own economies by their inaction.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    As long as the Italian government refuses to treat this as a hostile invasion, it will continue unabated one way or another.