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April 4, 2019




DAILYKENN.com --64 invaders from Africa are stranded in the Mediterranean Sea. The invaders, called "migrants" by the biased far-left media, were set adrift on rafts with intent of being rescued by a so-called "humanitarian aid ship". Once "rescued," the invasion vessel was refused access to Italian and Malta waters. 


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A humanitarian aid ship carrying 64 rescued migrants was stuck in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday as both Italy and Malta refused it safe harbor, leaving the migrants sleeping in cramped conditions on deck as a storm approached.

Their refusal sets the stage for another Mediterranean migrant standoff that can only be resolved if some European Union members agree to accept the asylum-seekers.

Carlotta Weibl, spokeswoman for the German humanitarian organization Sea-Eye, said the ship was near the Italian island of Lampedusa on Thursday.

"We have no idea yet where we can disembark," Weibl told The Associated Press. "Malta says we can't enter their waters and we are unlikely to get permission from Italy."


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