"Is it a crime now, being an immigrant?" asks Eric Williams, a Cameroonian living in Rabat, where the murder of a Senegalese man has stoked fears among Morocco's sub-Saharan community.
Senegalese immigrants sit in a doorway in the Takaddum neighbourhood of Rabat on August 23, 2013. The murder of a Senegalese man in the city has stoked fears among Morocco's sub-Saharan community.
On August 12, Ismaila Faye, 31, was stabbed to death near the capital's central bus station during an argument with a Moroccan over seating, according to the preliminary investigation.
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