Italian Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge gestures as she talks during an interview with Reuters in her office in Rome October 28, 2013. Kyenge, who was born in Democratic Republic of Congo to a ... more 
Italian Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge gestures as she talks during an interview with Reuters in her office in Rome October 28, 2013. Kyenge, who was born in Democratic Republic of Congo to a tribal chief with 38 children and four wives, also plays a cultural role. "I'm not coloured, I'm black," she told Reuters in an interview in her office in central Rome, rejecting the phrase "di colore" or "coloured", which many think is the politically correct Italian term for blacks. Picture taken October 28, 2013. To match Insight ITALY-MIGRANTS/RACISM REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) less 
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