'Molotov cocktails' found outside Milan refugee centre

Ghanaian's rampage has fuelled anti-immigrant feeling

'Molotov cocktails' found outside Milan refugee centre

Milan, May 13 - Four bottles full of petrol were found outside a refugee centre in Milan Monday. Anti-immigrant feeling has risen in the northern Italian city since a Ghanaian man went on a rampage with a pick-axe Saturday, killing one man and injuring four others. Members of the anti-immigrant Northern League party attempted to link the incident to a softer line on immigration announced by new Integration Minister Cecile Kyenge, Italy's first black minister. But Northern Leaque leader Roberto Maroni on Monday said "Kyenge's got nothing to do with it" while arguing her statements would spark a fresh wave of migrant landings. He also said Italy would "never" accept automatic citizenship for the children of migrants born on Italian soil, another move Kyenge has aired.

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