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A NOTE ON THE ABOVE PHOTO: A homeless foreign migrant living under the Sinsen bridge on the east side of Norway's capital, Oslo. The man claimed that living under the bridge was his only option after facing continual removal from other area's by the Oslo Police. Credit: Christian Vassdal. Taken … [Read more...] about Is Norway`s Criminalisation Of The Homeless Racist?
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