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Migrants in Lampedusa transferred to Sicily

Migrants in Lampedusa transferred to Sicily

A child part of a group of migrants arrived in Lampedusa few days ago, waves from the window of a bus as they arrive in the harbour of Lampedusa to be transferred to Sicily on October 4, 2013. Italy mourned today the 300 African asylum-seekers feared dead in the worst ever Mediterranean refugee disaster, as debate raged over Europe's flawed migration policy. Emergency services on the island of Lampedusa said they had recovered 111 bodies and plucked 155 survivors from the water from a boat with an estimated 450 to 500 people on board. ANSA / FRANCO LANNINO
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