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Human Rights Border tensions boil over as France 'dumps' migrants in Italy Relations between Rome and Paris hit new low as rights groups accuse France of mistreating migrants at Italian borders.
On Monday, a delegation from the Italian interior ministry was expected in the Italian mountain village of Claviere, 80km north of Turin, to investigate increasing reports of illegal crossings by French officers.
Italian authorities claim that French officers disregard the frontier line as well as standard refoulement procedures for migrants, often dropping them in the woods between Claviere and the French town of Montgenevre.
When I spoke of expulsions I was labelled a racist, even by the French. Better late than never". Macron, however, has not hidden his antipathy for Salvini and his anti-migrant policies, describing the interior minister's approach as "nauseating".
The two have engaged in a tit-for-tat, with Salvini replying by calling Macron a hypocrite disguised as a humanitarian who invokes solidarity while pushing away migrants, including children.
Amnesty accuses France of inhuman treatment Perhaps paradoxically, Salvini's accusations are now finding an echo in the opposite camp of human rights watchdogs. On Wednesday, Amnesty International and 12 other charities accused France's authorities of mistreating refugees and migrants, including children, at the borders with Italy in what they described as the "inhuman and hypocritical behaviour of the French authorities".
Under international law, migrants should always be granted the right to request asylum and unaccompanied children should be provided immediate protection, regardless of their status.
The French Ministry of Interior did not respond to Al Jazeera's request for comment on the alleged abuses. Denial of medical care and child protection In one documented case, an Ivorian migrant was denied medical care after sustaining an injury during a chase by French guards in the woods.
In just two days, the task force witnessed 26 cases of migrants pushed back into Italy, eight of whom were unaccompanied minors. According to Amnesty, at least 11 of these refoulements were illegal and its lawyers have appealed to the Tribunal of Marseilles for their annulment.
In June, Oxfam, Intersos and other human rights watchdogs condemned French methods - especially towards minor children along the southern border with Italy.
They said minors as young as 12 were being held without food or care, put on trains or left at the border without any assistance despite their requests to remain in France.
The charities accused French police of falsifying the birth dates of migrant children travelling alone in an attempt to pass them off as adults and send them back to Italy, as well as cutting the soles off their shoes to prevent them from trespassing again. The country has been unable to sustain a proper registration process for asylum seekers, who at times arrive by the thousands on Italian shores.
Most migrants' centres are near collapse. There is no mechanism in place allowing for an integration process and stranded refugees remain exposed to the web of illegal labour and human trafficking at the hands of criminal organisations.
The evaluation process can last many months and its acceptance is not granted. In the meantime, the host nation is left to bear the migrant's costs indefinitely.
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Southern countries such as Italy and Greece say refugees and migrants should be distributed among European states. Many also believe that the Dublin system pushes migrants to choose illegal ways to reach the north of Europe, thus increasing human trafficking.
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