Rome (AP) - Two blocked rescue ships with more than 160 migrants on board increase the pressure on Italy and Malta to let people ashore. The Spanish aid organization Proactiva Open Arms is looking for a port with 124 migrants on the Mediterranean. A pregnant woman is in labor, tweeting the organization. The "Alan Kurdi" of the German organization Sea-Eye waits in vain with 40 migrants off the Italian island of Lampedusa. Nevertheless, aid organizations from France and Italy want to move back to the search area before Libya.
Migration: Rescue ships blocked at sea - situation is getting worse
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