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Rescue ship Alan Kurdi: Germany wants to take in refugees

Since Wednesday 64 refugees in the Mediterranean sea waiting for the rescue boat, "Alan Kurdi" from the organization of auxiliary Sea-Eye. Germany wants some of the migrants record - but also an appeal to the EU member States.

The rescue vessel "Alan Kurdi" saved on Wednesday, the 64 migrants off the Libyan coast in an inflatable boat on the run. The rescue boat of the Regensburger charity Sea-Eye has been denied since then, a driveway in a safe Harbor. Italy justified this by saying that the rescue drive the ship under the German flag, and thus the Federal government was responsible. Malta, too, wanted to leave the ship, not create.

Germany declared itself ready now to a part of the Refugees. However, the Federal government felt not alone for the fate of the 64 migrants, said interior Minister Horst Seehofer in Berlin. Other EU States would have to take people from the ship. "It must be a community action," said Seehofer.

No the entrance in Italian waters

the Crew of The rescue ship recently warned of bad weather and up to six Meter high waves. The boat runs close to the Italian island of Lampedusa, but may not drive in Italian waters. The Italian interior Ministry agreed, in the meantime, to pick up two women with their eleven-months-old and six-year-old children of the "Alan Kurdi" in the country.

Volunteers of the organization, the Sea-Eye rescue on Wednesday, 64 of the refugees off the Libyan coast by a boat.

A boat of the Italian coast guard was on the island of Lampedusa on the way to the rescue boat, the women and their children, however, have refused to leave the "Alan Kurdi", because they did not want to be members of your family separately. Sea-Eye protested according to its own information against the separation of refugee families. The organization demanded that the fathers of the children should be brought into safety. Italy have denied, however. The women were together with their children to Germany. Interior Minister Matteo Salvini stressed, after the mothers of the evacuation had not agreed to stay with him there is nothing left but to wish you a good trip to Berlin.

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