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Contentious Migrant Rescue: Europe’s migration debate takes another turn

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The migration debate playing out across Europe has taken another turn.
Spain says it will take in a woman who was discovered stranded in the Mediterranean and the bodies of another woman and a young child found nearby.

They were picked up by sea rescue charity Proactiva Open Arms.
It accuses the Libyan Coast Guard of abandoning them and criticised Italy for shutting its ports. In response, Italy’s Interior Minister claimed the charity had lied about the circumstances in which they found the migrants at sea and denied any suggestion it had blocked the boat.

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  1. @sheilafinn6022

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    Is she going to be a worker or a taker?

  2. @kholidrobiuliansyah5631

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    Europe is under attack! They have massive military defence budget! They need to start using their army to defend themself's

  3. @kholidrobiuliansyah5631

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    Save europe! Love from Indonesia

  4. @zardozqq

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    spain…yoooouuuu'llllll be soooooorrryyyyy

  5. @lizallsebrook3639

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    Now send them back to their own country

  6. @laurendilario4777

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    This will carry on until 2025 Europe will look unnoticeable very soon

  7. @lindabostoen3448

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    These NGO'S ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR EVERY DEATH ON THE MEDITERRANEAN! !!!!!!

  8. @michaelwall8417

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    They “criticized Italy” after “Libya coastguard abandoned them” ..makes perfect sense 🤥

  9. @Grungir2

    March 28, 2024 at 10:01 pm

    Good job libian cost guard , deport that woman and all africans and arabs!

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It is a revolutionary video game in the real sense of the word.

As the industry gears up for the Christmas market, gamers in Havana are already hooked on a homegrown production.

They are reliving the rebel exploits of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara with “Gesta Final”, a very modern take on Cuba’s past.

“Games play an important role for the youth of today,” said Jorge Luis Rosell, the developer behind the hit venture.”And now we can take advantage of this so that they can have fun and learn about our history.”

Roughly translated as “Final Feat”, the 3D game recreates the guerrilla war that saw Castro’s forces overthrow the military regime of President Fulgeneio Batista in 1959.

Players can throw Molotov cocktails and gun down rival government troops, against a backdrop of forests, swamps and mountain trails.

“I like the meaning this war has,” said one young player, student Alejandro Tamayo. “It is very beautiful. It is like a story, almost like what happened here in Cuba.”

Asked what he has learned, another student, Dario Torres, said: “That Cubans always, how do you say, always looked out for each other.”

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