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Migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' loses Human Rights court appeal

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Migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' loses Human Rights court appeal

Migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' loses Human Rights court appeal

The German NGO had appealed for an emergency decree to allow migrants stranded on the ship to disembark in Italy.

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