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    مُساهمة من طرف oussama في السبت مايو 01, 2010 6:23 pm

    For
    a long time, people have been forced to flee their homes for better
    places
    because of starvation, dire poverty and war. Migration, which
    knows no geographical or judicial border, may be one of the central
    issues of the new century. Clandestine immigration is now a difficult
    problem that developing nations must confront.

    Crossing Algerian territory is part of the dangerous journey to
    Europe, where migrants hope to find a better life. Yet authorities have
    yet to come up with an adequate solution. The problem fluctuates in
    severity with the number of unemployed people living in poverty and
    misery in African countries. Simple geography makes Algeria a main
    passage point.

    In the first six months of this year, the Algerian national
    gendarmerie detained 3,234 illegal immigrants, with legal action being
    taken against 2,244 of them.


    At the beginning of April, Algerian security services arrested 469
    clandestine immigrants and brought them before courts for a variety of
    offences. The gendarmerie accused 387 people of smuggling an assortment
    of goods such as cigarettes, alcohol, gas, oil, livestock and food.
    Algerian authorities claim smuggling is up 9.6 per cent in 2005, in
    comparison to prior years.

    A different kind of immigration problem occurred on 25 February,
    when 36 refugees in a rubber dinghy were shipwrecked on their way
    Europe. The Algerian Coast Guard in the western Beni Saf region had to
    rescue them.

    Complicating the situation is the refusal of neighbouring countries
    to co-operate in finding an appropriate solution to illegal
    immigration. Algiers typically has to assume the financial burden of
    deporting detained people to their country of origin.

    Though Algerian authorities have met often about the problem,
    illegal immigration still has substantial economic and political
    repercussions

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