Rome (AP) - The new rescue vessel of the aid organizations SOS Méditerranée and MSF has rescued more migrants in the Mediterranean. More than 80 people were recovered from a dinghy, SOS Méditerranée shared on Twitter. It was the second rescue in less than 24 hours. Already on Friday, the "Ocean Viking" had saved more than 80 people on their first mission. It is uncertain where the more than 160 migrants will now be brought on board, as Italy and Malta no longer want to let ships with boat refugees into their ports.