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Police guard a group of Gypsies, disembarking from a bus at the Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport in Lyon, France, en route to Bucharest, Romania, on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. A French Immigration Ministry official said 93 Roma are being repatriated to their native Romania as part of a crackdown by conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy. He has linked Gypsies, or Roma, to crime and spearheaded a campaign to dismantle their illegal camps and send some home to Eastern Europe. (AP Photo/Thomas Campagne)
Photo by: Thomas Campagne
Police guard a group of Gypsies, disembarking from a bus at the Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport in Lyon, France, en route to Bucharest, Romania, on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. A French Immigration Ministry official said 93 Roma are being repatriated to their native Romania as part of a crackdown by conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy. He has linked Gypsies, or Roma, to crime and spearheaded a campaign to dismantle their illegal camps and send some home to Eastern Europe. (AP Photo/Thomas Campagne)

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