BENEVENTO, Italy — In this south central Italian town, Nigerians and Romanians immigrants beg for money in front of supermarkets and others work as prostitutes near the train station.

This is a phenomena not seen in this small city of about 60,000 one hour from Naples until a few months ago. Here, as in other parts of Italy, scenes like this reinforce stereotypes about foreigners and fuel resentment against them.

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