By Tom Esslemont ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a cavernous market just outside Rome, migrant boys from North Africa shunt trolleys stacked high with crates of melons, garlic, tomatoes, strawberries and other Italian produce. Some of the younger market porters, believed as young as 12 and known to be working illegally, bowed their heads when approached by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, dodging eye contact before disappearing into warehouses. More than half of them were unaccompanied minors, many from North African countries including Egypt.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of the biggest donors and fundraisers in the Republican Party are sprinkling their money around a presidential field that grows by the day. They're still undecided about who should be their pick.