Bangladeshi immigrant Kartik Chondro was assaulted by a mob in Rome, an attack linked to the far-right's anti-immigrant campaign across Italy. We visited his home in Dhaka to find out why this life-threatening event hasn't forced him to return home.
Despite far-right groups threatening to disrupt the event, thousands of people took part in an anti-fascist rally in Italy's city of Macerata, where six African immigrants were shot and wounded last week.
Local media reports say that at least six migrants including one woman were shot by a man driving around the city, located about 200 km (125 miles) east of Rome, and firing from his car window.
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