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(Picture shows migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea disembarking from the Italian Coast Guard ship Fiorillo in the harbor of Reggio Calabria, southern Italy. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/ MARCO COSTANTINO)
A picture taken as one of 73 migrants disembarks the MSF-run ship Geo Barents in the port of Ancona on January 12 | Photo: @MSF_Sea Twitter feed
Giorgia Meloni pictured in Florence on September 18 | Photo: Reuters
Carola Rackete, the German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, has repeatedly stated that she had no regrets about the way she had acted | Photo: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET
Migrants at a reception center in the suburbs of Turin, Italy | Photo: ANSA/Tino Romano
Approval of the security decree in the Italian Lower House, Rome, 9 December 2020 | Photo: ANSA /ALESSANDRO DI MEO
The vote in the Senate did not come without its controversies | Photo: ANSA/Fabio Frustaci
A protest against the Security Decree in Naples on February 18, 2020 | Photo: Cesare Abbate / ANSA
Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Italian government, during the cabinet meeting, Rome, 5 October 2020 | Photo: Angelo Carconi / ANSA
Migrants inside buildings near the train station in Trieste, August 25, 2020 | Photo: Mauro Donato / ANSA
The colorful flags of the Italian CGIL, CISL and UIL trade unions wave during a joint demonstration in Rome. September 12, 2020 | Photo: Massimo Percossi / ANSA
People at a demonstration in Rome, Italy, in November 2017, demanding that anyone born in Italy should be able to get the Italian citizenship | Photo: ANSA/Giuseppe Lami