Foreign Policy: Roma, Europe's Wanderers

A Roma woman who was deported from France sits on her luggage in the airport in Bucharest.

A Roma woman sits on her luggage in the airport in Bucharest after having been deported from France. Andrei Pungovschi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kicked out of France and unwanted in the countries to which they are forced to return, the Roma are a part of a new Europe that everyone would rather ignore.

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