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African Migrants In Tel Aviv, Israel (14 images)

Updated: June 17, 2012 at 10:46 AM
An African migrant talks on a cellphone in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A Moslem African migrant prays in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv,Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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African migrants eat a free hot meal, provided by Israelis, at dusk in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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An African migrant carries a free hot meal, provided by Israelis, in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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African migrants line up to receive a free hot meal in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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African migrants sit in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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African migrants eat a free hot meal, provided by Israelis, in Levinsky Park in south Tel Aviv, Israel, June 16, 2012. Israel has begun arresting African migrants after a Jerusalem court ruled that Israel can deport South Sudanese nationals. Israel is building a large detention center and tent city to hold the African migrants and erecting a wall along the Israeli-Egyptian border to stop the Africans from reaching Israel. UPI/Debbie Hill
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