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Three Arrested From Italy Immigrant Ship

The tale of 37 African refugees, finally accepted by Italy after weeks on an international relief ship, took an unexpected turn with the arrest of three people in charge on the ship and indications some immigrants lied when they said they were refugees from Sudan. The developments came after days of debate among Italy, Germany, Malta and aid groups over who should take in the immigrants. They had been aboard a ship run by Cap Anamur aid agency since June 20. The German group said some of the men identified themselves as refugees from Sudan’s Darfur region, which the United Nations says is suffering the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Full Story

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