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600 migrants rescued in Sicily as fears rise on Libya route

Newsday Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Some 600 migrants rescued at sea arrived Friday in Sicily -- one of the biggest influxes since Italy struck a deal with Libyan authorities to limit migrant smuggling -- raising concerns of a renewed surge on the Libyan human trafficking route.
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News video: Migrant crisis: Tunisia's jobless open fresh smuggling route

Migrant crisis: Tunisia's jobless open fresh smuggling route 01:20

Libya's crackdown on people trafficking into Europe has forced smugglers into a new course through Tunisian waters, with many migrants being unemployed Tunisians. Matthew Laratonda reports.

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