BRUSSELS — Hated, alienated and shunned as thieves and worse, the Roma have for too long been easy and defenseless targets for disgruntled racists in Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and other European countries.
The Roma, as a people, have reaped next to nothing from the prosperity that the former East Bloc countries have enjoyed since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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