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1 gen 2019

Migranti, odissea in mare per 49 persone su navi Ong

Da undici giorni in mare, ancora senza un porto. Appello di Sea Watch: "I nostri medici sono preoccupati"

1 gen 2019
In this picture taken Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, migrants sit aboard of the rescue ship Sea-Watch 3. Thirty tree migrants saved in the central Mediterranean sea by the German no-profit rescue organization Sea-Watch are still stranded after five days at sea, because no European country is opening its ports to receive them. (Chris Grodotzki/Sea Watch Via AP) [CopyrightNotice: Chris Grodotzki / jib collective for Sea-Watch]
Migranti sulla nave Sea Watch il 24 dicembre scorso (foto Ansa)
In this picture taken Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, migrants sit aboard of the rescue ship Sea-Watch 3. Thirty tree migrants saved in the central Mediterranean sea by the German no-profit rescue organization Sea-Watch are still stranded after five days at sea, because no European country is opening its ports to receive them. (Chris Grodotzki/Sea Watch Via AP) [CopyrightNotice: Chris Grodotzki / jib collective for Sea-Watch]
Migranti sulla nave Sea Watch il 24 dicembre scorso (foto Ansa)

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