|Italy not fingerprinting many migrants despite law|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
MILAN — Every day, boatloads of refugees arrive on Italian shores. European Union law requires Italy to fingerprint them, so that if they apply for asylum in another country they can be sent back to their port of entry.
Instead, Italy is letting thousands of migrants slip quietly into northern Europe, with no record of their time in Italy.
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