Italy: Ship with 61 migrants docks at Messina after 6 days stranded at sea

Around 61 migrants on board the Alan Kurdi ship, owned by German charity Sea Eye, were officially given a green light to dock at the Sicilian port of Messina in early hours of Wednesday morning, after having spent six days stranded at sea. Another ship carrying 60 migrants, the Ocean Viking, is also expected to dock at the Sicilian port of Pozzalo on the same day. The Italian government gave... Еще the green light for the two charity ships, together carrying 121 migrants, to dock following an agreement with other EU members. Several EU Countries, including France, Germany and Malta have agreed to accommodate some of the migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea. Sea Eye's charity ship, the Alan Kurdi, was named after a Syrian child who became an icon of refugee suffering after his dead body was filmed washed ashore a beach in Bodrum, Turkey, after undertaking the dangerous journey to the Greek island of Kos. Mandatory Credit: Sea-Eye Mandatory Credit: Sea-Eye

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