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Six Egyptians including five boys are arrested for ‘gang-raping TEN underage girls daily while they were quarantined for coronavirus at a migrant centre in Sicily’

One adult and five minors have been arrested at the Villa Sikania centre in Sicily
The 10 alleged victims say they were forced to perform sex acts every night
The gang raided their quarters and blackmailed them to stay silent, police say 

By Jack Newman For Mailonline
Published: 16:20 GMT, 10 December 2021 | Updated: 16:20 GMT, 10 December 2021

Six Egyptians have been arrested in Sicily after 10 underage girls were raped daily at a migrant reception centre, police said.  

Police said the victims are mainly from Egypt and Tunisia and are all minors who were in Covid quarantine.
Five of the arrested Egyptians are under 18 while one is an adult and they have been held on suspicion of kidnap and rape.

Six Egyptians have been arrested in Sicily after 10 underage girls were raped daily at a migrant reception centre, police said. Pictured: migrants arrive in Sicily (file image)

The ‘rape gang’ raided the girls’ quarters at the Villa Sikania Centre where they carried out the brutal attacks, police said.

The alleged victims said the gang went to the large reception rooms in the middle of the night almost daily where they forced the young girls to perform sexual acts.
They then threatened and blackmailed them to keep quite about the abuse, it has been claimed. 
Migrants at the reception centre are undergoing Covid quarantine upon their entry to Sicily. 

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Police said the victims are mainly from Egypt and Tunisia and are all minors who were in Covid quarantine. Pictured: a migrant boat is anchored off Sicily (file image)

Police are continuing the investigation to find other potential suspects after the alleged abuse was brought to light.
They said the probe could highlight ‘other episodes of sexual violence and crimes against personal freedom and property’.
Villa Sikania is managed by a private association and has been used as a process centre for migrants for a number of years.
The centre has previously seen riots, migrants escaping during quarantine and reports of widespread sexual promiscuity, according to La Stampa.  

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