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Rescued Eritrean Migrants Brought to Sicily

MESSINA, ITALY—Nearly 900 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were brought to southern Italy Tuesday, days after being rescued in the Mediterranean by European naval forces.

A Norwegian ship, Siem Pilot, brought about 240 mostly Eritrean migrants to Messina harbor in Sicily early in the day.

Late in the afternoon, the British Navy ship Enterprise brought more than 650 migrants, again mostly Eritrean, to Catania harbor in Sicily.


Source: www.voanews.com

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