A young migrant disembarks from the Sea-Watch 3 search-and-rescue ship as they dock in the port of Catania, Italy, 31 January 2019 | Photo: ANSA/ORIETTA SCARDINO
A protest on Lampedusa with Don Carmelo La Magra, a priest on the island. March 19, 2019 | ANSA
A volunteer of the Mediterranea Mission | Photo: Marta Buso
Disembarkation in Palermo of 367 migrants rescued in the Strait of Sicily | ARCHIVE/ANSA/MIKE PALAZZOTTO
The Sea Watch docked at the port of Catania, where the ship Diciotti, visible in the background, is also currently anchored. ANSA/ORIETTA SCARDINO
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50 Tunisians rescued off the coast of Lampedusa by the Coast Guard, which had transferred them off of a small boat. Archive photo/ANSA
Migrants wave after disembarking from Diciotti
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini | Credit: ANSA/ MARCO COSTANTINO
File picture of the Diciotti vessel with migrants onboard
archive photo shows about 15 migrants aboard a small boat intercepted by finance police off the southern coast of Sardinia. ANSA/FINANCE POLICE PRESS OFFICE/CAGLIARI AIR AND NAVAL GROUP
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini Matteo Salvini "welcomed" at the hotspot by people chanting 'Matteo, Matteo', on June 3, 2018. ANSA