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‘There is no room,’ say anti-immigrant protesters in Dublin

Dublin: Three people have been taken to the hospital following a clash at a refugee centre in west Dublin.

Around 6.30 p.m. yesterday, the refugees began fighting and shouting on the City West campus.
After several teams of garda, including the Armed Support Unit, rushed in, the incident was brought under control.

The lack of accommodation is a concern for many refugees. According to the Integration Minister, the Dublin West Center is currently unable to accept new international protection applicants. The City West Transit Hub was previously closed in September and October, but Minister Roderic O’Gorman stated that the situation was likely to last “for a longer period of time” this time.

And that only the most vulnerable people, primarily women, children, and people with disabilities, will be considered for accommodation.
Others will be given food vouchers and notified when housing becomes available, he said.

No arrests have been made in connection with the City west violence, but three people were taken to hospital from the scene and treated for minor injuries, according to garda.

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