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Lampedusa: ‘Operational emergency,’ not ‘migration crisis’

The recent spike in arrivals in Lampedusa likely had one main driving factor. "According to our research with refugees and migrants in Tunisia, the interceptions by Tunisian coast guards of boats leaving toward Italy seems to have decreased since the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding in mid-July between the European Union and Tunisia," said Roberto Forin, Head of MMC Europe.

By Deutsche Welle
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