Emergency accomodation for evicted Romanians

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Around 20 Romanians were being housed in emergency accommodation on Tuesday night after being evicted from a house in south Belfast.

It is understood the Roma people, some of whom had recently returned to the city after fleeing earlier in the summer in the wake of a spate of racist attacks, were asked to leave the property in the university area after a dispute with a landlord.

Social services and the police were involved in efforts to find them temporary lodgings for the night

More than 100 Romanians left Northern Ireland in June after racists targeted their south Belfast homes. After a period back in eastern Europe, a number of them returned to the city.

A police spokesman said officers had been at the property since early afternoon after being called to assist in a civil matter. He said police were trying to establish if any criminal offence had been committed. continues here

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