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Roma also known as Gypsies, arrive at Marseille airport, southern France, before being expelled from France, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010. France's deportations of Gypsies are "a disgrace" and probably break EU law, the European Union's executive body declared Tuesday, setting up a showdown with the government of French President Nicolas Sarkozy. In recent weeks, French authorities have dismantled over 100 illegal camps and deported more than 1,000 Roma, mainly back to Romania, in a crackdown that has drawn international condemnation. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
Photo by: Claude Paris
Roma also known as Gypsies, arrive at Marseille airport, southern France, before being expelled from France, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010. France's deportations of Gypsies are "a disgrace" and probably break EU law, the European Union's executive body declared Tuesday, setting up a showdown with the government of French President Nicolas Sarkozy. In recent weeks, French authorities have dismantled over 100 illegal camps and deported more than 1,000 Roma, mainly back to Romania, in a crackdown that has drawn international condemnation. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

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