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Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini appears on the RAI1 talk show "Porta a Porta" to speak about the standoff with the Sea Watch 3 on June 26, 2019 | Photo: ANSA
Migrants waiting to be rescued by the NGO ship Aquarius after their boat that sank about 30 miles off the Libyan coast last November | Photo: ANSA/ PO SOS MEDITERRANEE/ SUZANNE FRIEDEL
Gebru Mehari and d’Hadush Tsegay from Eritrea were accepted by the Portuguese town of Fundão in September, 2018. Since their arrival, they have both found work in the agriculture sector. | Photo: Maëva Poulet / InfoMigrants.
The rescue ship Aquarius in the French port of Marseille. | Photo: Boris Horvat / AFP / Getty
The Aquarius rescue ship in 2016 | Photo: picture-alliance/abaca/C. Mahoudeau
The Aquarius at sea on June 12, 2018 | Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki, AFP
More than a dozen migrants rescued at sea by the humanitarian vessel Aquarius arrive in France where they will be given refugee status. Photo: Ofii/Twitter
Rallies took place in France and across Europe on October 6, 2018, to show solidarity with the migrant rescue organization SOS Mediterranee | Credit: Reuters
The Aquarius enters the Grand Harbors in Sengala, Valletta, Malta Credit: EPA/ Domenic Aquilina)
Search and rescue mission on the Aquarius in January 2018 | Credit: Picture-alliance/L.Schmid
Migrants are rescued by SOS Mediterranee organization and Doctors without Borders | Photo: Reuters/G. Mangiapane
The Aquarius ship is making a rescue Credit: SOS Mediteranee