13 February 2000 Since 1996, authorities in the Hungarian city of Tiszaujvaros have been arresting and fining anyone who is caught rummaging through the city’s garbage bins. Local Romani leaders say the regulations are unlawfully targeted at Roma, who make a living by selling the things they find in the city’s trash cans. Hungary’s commissioner […]

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