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21/10 15:05 CET

Revealed: Europe’s capital cities where it’s hardest to be a foreigner

Revealed: Europe’s capital cities where it’s hardest to be a foreigner

Athens, Rome and Malta’s Valletta are Europe’s least tolerant capital cities towards foreigners, a euronews study of official data reveals. Nearly half of those surveyed in Greece’s capital 'strongly agree' foreign citizens are a bad thing for the city, ==according to figures…