In pictures: Warehouse a home for Italy's migrants


Kwame Sewoi says he left Togo after police killed his brother and father during a protest.

"When I came to Italy I came through Libya, through the desert," he says. "I was on a boat with 262 people. Two people did not survive. We paid about $500 for the journey."

He works in the camp as a barber. "Barbering is my profession but if I don't have a document I can't have a shop. I have to hide here, barbering."

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