Evicted from Maltese cowshed, African migrants left homeless


VALLETTA (Reuters) – Maltese police on Monday evicted scores of migrants from a converted cowshed on a farm outside Valletta, shutting down accommodation condemned as inhumane but leaving most of them homeless.

An evicted migrant looks into a farm where police evicted some 110 African migrants who had been living in stalls formerly used by cows, in Qormi, Malta August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi

The mostly African workers had been paying up to 200 euros (£178.7) a month to live in the building, which had been sub-divided into small rooms with beds.

A rooster walks among migrants’ possessions and furniture on a farm where police evicted some 110 African migrants who had been living in stalls formerly used by cows, in Qormi, Malta August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi

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