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Captain who broke Italy's migrant ban says ready to rescue more people at sea, raps EU

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
A German captain who defied Italy's ban on boats bringing migrants ashore said on Tuesday she was determined to carry on rescuing migrants from the Mediterranean, even though her ship Sea-Watch 3 remains impounded in an Italian port.
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News video: Sea-Watch captain Carola Rackete honoured for Mediterranean migrant rescue

Sea-Watch captain Carola Rackete honoured for Mediterranean migrant rescue 02:15

The German captain of the migrant rescue ship, Sea-Watch 3, which defied an Italian government ban and docked at Lampedusa, has been honoured for her stance by the Catalan Government.

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