Immigration authorities arrest over 100 Africans in 2 days

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June 12, 2012 08:46

 
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Immigration authorities have arrested over 100 Africans as of Tuesday morning, mostly from South Sudan, as part of an operation that began Sunday to begin deporting them back to their home countries.

The majority of the arrests were taking place in south Tel Aviv, Eilat and in other cities throughout Israel where South Sudanese nationals in particular tend to reside.

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