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De las torturas en Libia a la miserable paz de una chabola en Lepe: "A veces trabajo con los papeles de otro"

Adagra recaló en la localidad onubense hace más de dos años, tras llegar a Italia desde Libia. Aquí nunca le ha faltado trabajo en el campo y confía en que su jefe le ayude a regularizar su situación si logra acreditar tres años de estancia en el país. "Lo peor de Lepe es la gente. Solo existimos para trabajar; luego, nos ignoran", lamenta este marfileño de 39 años.
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