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Tensions rise between France and Italy over migrants

By DW
20 November 2022   |   10:32 am
France has criticized Italy for refusing to take in more than 200 migrants. Paris said Rome's actions were "incomprehensible" but Prime Minister Meloni said she was surprised by the French government's "aggressive" tone.

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