Vulnerable migrants made homeless after Italy passes 'Salvini decree'
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Decree named after leader of far-right party abolishes humanitarian protection for those not eligible for refugee status

Dozens of migrants, including victims of sex trafficking and a child with mental health problems, have been removed from so-called “welcome centres” in Italy as the populist government’s hardline immigration measures kick in.

The “Salvini decree” – named after Matteo Salvini, interior minister and leader of the far-right League – won a vote in parliament last week and was...

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