After seven days of silence, Bulgaria's Interior Ministry admitted about a stifled uprising at the refugee center in Lyubimets.
The recognition came after the Algerian Ambassador in Sofia Ahmed Boutache warned in an interview for the 24 Hours daily that he would notify international human rights organizations about the case.
The incident happened on November 30 and several people, including two police officers, suffered injuries amid the unrest, according to mediapool.bg....
Indeed send them back - if Algeria is such a wonderful place as it claims to be then just WHY do these scroungers want to come to Europe in the first place? And while we're at it, do we REALLY need a gobby "ambassador" from a crappy camel-latrine country here.....send "His Excellency" back home as well to learn some manners from his moutri dictator boss.
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