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Amnesty slams Malta over ‘illegal’ refugee tactics

By DW
13 September 2020   |   3:10 pm
The international rights group has condemned Malta for "unlawful" treatment of migrants in the Mediterranean. The UN has also called on Malta to allow 27 refugees currently on a cargo ship to disembark.

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