Postcard From Brussels
Jaoudi from Morocco lies on a mattress with his lips sewn together as part of a hunger strike at a house in Brussels. Twenty-three immigrants from Nepal, the Ivory Coast, Congo, Guinea, Brazil and Iran have refused to eat for 80 days, demanding that the government give them visas to work for a year.
"Dying is no longer a problem for me," Moussa Diakite, a 33-year-old from the Ivory Coast, told Der Spiegel. "I'm tired."