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France opens first museum dedicated to the history of immigration


Immigration has been on top of the news in France over the past couple of weeks. A new immigration law is being debated in parliament that could introduce quotas, as well as DNA testing, for family members of immigrants coming to France.

Amidst these debates and polemics, the “Cite de l’Immigration”, France’s first museum devoted to the history of immigration opened this week. An opening – but with no big fuss. President Sarkozy wasn’t there – he was in Russia – and the Immigration minister wasn’t there either.

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