ROME – more than forty asylum seekers by an American navy ship out at sea have been rescued, have been given permission to stay in Italy. The crew of the USS Trenton had the refugees Tuesday in the Mediterranean Sea rescued from a sinking dinghy.
That happened off the coast of Libya. For twelve crew members came to help too late. Their bodies have been salvaged.
Friday let Rome know that they are welcome in Italy. The refugees are transferred to a ship of the Italian coast guard and is expected to Sunday in Italy will arrive.
Italy refused before the vessel Aquarius to dock with more than six hundred refugees on board. Migrants are now moving to Spain.
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