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Migrants from Alan Kurdi allowed to disembark



The five migrants that are still on the Alan Kurdi will be allowed to disembark in Malta. They will then be immediately relocated to another two EU member states. The government said that Malta has agreed to be part of a European solution to solve the deadlock after the Alan Kurdi operators had dropped the ['"]


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