August 12, 2013
In the Swiss town of Bremgarten, near Zurich, authorities have created 32 exclusion zones for refugees. An August 7 article in The Telegraph says refugees are now banned from such places as school playgrounds, the town’s community hall and its outdoor swimming pool. Similar restrictions are being enforced in Nottwil, near Lucerne. Refugees there cannot go into the school, the center for the elderly and a camping site.
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