UK , South London – Graffiti in solidarity with refugees has gone up in Croydon the day after serious attack on the 17-year-old Kurdish-Iranian refugee

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The 17-year-old refugee Kurdish-Iranian was waiting at a bus stop in Shrublands Avenue, Croydon  with two friends on Friday 31.1.17 when they were approached by a group of 20-30 people.
 After discovering he was an asylum seeker, they chased him and launched a savage attack including  repeated blows to the head …
The boy was left with a fractured skull and blood clot on his brain. He remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition. His two friends managed to escape with minor injuries.
Migrants and refugees are welcome!!

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