Slovenian Sinti Want Their Rights to Be Recognised
Jesenice/Ljubljana, 27 February - Although numbering as few as 130, a Slovenian ethnic group of Sinti are pushing for their rights to be recognised, afraid that the state wants them to assimilate into the larger Roma community despite cultural and social differences.
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