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Enia quotes such witnesses in generous detail.
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Caroline Weber. In the middle is the author himself, telling of what actually happens at sea and on land, and the failure of words in the attempt to understand the present paradoxes.
He had rescued 17 young migrants and retrieved four dead bodies. In Italy, we have the so-called Carta di Roma code of conduct, which was created for precisely this very reason.
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On Lampedusa, history is never far from the islanders' thoughts, and they are preoccupied by its contradictions. It's an island on which the elements hammer at you with nothing able to stop them. There are Buy the book. On 3 Octobera boat carrying migrants from Libya to Italy sank off the Italian island of .
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Retrieved 22 August No, there were and I saw them all, one by one. On the other, a handful of men and women on the border of an era and a continent, trying to welcome the newcomers. William Shea.
Grace Shireson and Grace Schireson. Thomas Travisano. In the latter case — especially now, as the ports and borders of Europe close — we can only hope.