epa03261793 An immigrant from southern Sudan looks out the window of an Israeli Immigration and Population Department car after being arrested, in Tel Aviv, Israel, 12 June 2012. Israel is continuing to detain and arrest African illegal migrants from South Sudan who they say are not political refugees but people who came to Israel seeking a better way of life, and they should be deported. Israeli media report that dozens of African migrants, most of them from South Sudan, were arrested before dawn on June 11 in the southern resort town of Eilat, on the Red Sea. EPA/ABIR SULTAN
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