The nomads of Eastern Europe

Green, Peter S.
October 1992
U.S. News & World Report;10/26/92, Vol. 113 Issue 16, p31
Examines the Gypsy problem in Bolintin Deal, Romania. Crimes committed by the Gypsies; At least 15 mob burnings of Gypsy houses in Romania have occurred since December 1989; Thousands of Gypsies have fled through Hungary and Poland to Germany seeking political asylum; A treaty due to take effect Nov. 1 states that Romania must take back some 43,000 Romanians, 60 percent of them Gypsies; German Chancellor Helmut Kohl backs a proposed constitutional amendment.


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