Summary: Nick Clegg has warned that a eurozone collapse could fuel a surge in extremism and xenophobia across the continent.
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It is completely unacceptable to witness xenophobia in Europe in the 21st century especially after the continent suffered so much due to clashes among cultures and civilizations, Erdogan said.
Most local rural doctors who work alongside foreign-qualified colleagues (without whom they could probably not deliver any kind of reasonable service) would be horrified to hear that these stalwarts experience personal and systemic xenophobia in their jobs.
To generalise is to be an idiot - William Blake Xenophobia is a fear or contempt of that which is foreign or unknown, especially of strangers or foreign people.
Summary: Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) - The Anna Lindh report on intercultural trends is a unique tool to address the issue of xenophobia and the clash of cultures, said, Andre Azoulay, Councillor of HM King Mohammed VI and Chairman of the Anna Lindh Foundation.
24 (Petra) - The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Wednesday laid out its new strategy to combat xenophobia and racism.