U.S. Ambassador Murphy Visits Immigrant Roma Residents : News Photo

U.S. Ambassador Murphy Visits Immigrant Roma Residents

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BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 08: U.S. Ambassador Philipp Murphy (R) gestures beside the violinist David Solomon (L), as he visits a Catholic charity housing project home mostly to Roma from Romania and Bulgaria in Harzer Strasse on April 8, 2013, in Berlin, Germany. The Catholic real estate group, called the Aachener Sieldungs- und Wohnungsgesellschaft, bought the complex of buildings with over 100 apartments in 2011, and through the active input of the Roma families living there turned it into a success story of progressive living and immigration policy. The Harzer Strasse facility offers German language classes, urban adaptation and other workshops designed to help the Roma families integrate successfully into life in Germany. Germany, like many countries in western Europe, has experienced a large influx of Roma from Romania and Bulgaria in recent years. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 08: U.S. Ambassador Philipp Murphy (R) gestures beside the violinist David Solomon (L), as he visits a Catholic charity housing project home mostly to Roma from Romania and Bulgaria in Harzer Strasse on April 8, 2013, in Berlin, Germany. The Catholic real estate group, called the Aachener Sieldungs- und Wohnungsgesellschaft, bought the complex of buildings with over 100 apartments in 2011, and through the active input of the Roma families living there turned it into a success story of progressive living and immigration policy. The Harzer Strasse facility offers German language classes, urban adaptation and other workshops designed to help the Roma families integrate successfully into life in Germany. Germany, like many countries in western Europe, has experienced a large influx of Roma from Romania and Bulgaria in recent years. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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