Refugees value Facebook above most anything, may fall prey to terrorists

The CARA di Mineo refugee camp sits on the road between Catania and the town of Gela in Italy. Rows of square, prefabricated houses painted in shades of yellow and orange line up like soldiers, standing guard over the rural Sicilian landscape surrounding them. These homes stoically wait for the mostly African and Asian refugees who go there every year, fleeing their home countries with little more than the clothes on their backs. —> Read More