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finally given permission to dock in Malta the sixty five migrants had been at sea on a German flag vessel waiting and hoping to be allowed to shore the C. I. NGOs rescue ship the pick them up on route to Europe was cold Alan Cody off to the young Syrian boy who drowns trying to get to Europe and his tragic fate safe made global headlines early on doctors and volunteers tended to the sick and in need Italy had point blank refused entry to the ship as a diplomatic standoff of acceptance of migrants grows ever deeper the captain then decided to change course and heads for Valletta the migrants will not be relocated to other European cities Germany will take forty of them , please hardline migration policy is deepening rifts in Europe and it led to clashes between NGOs and Italian authorities new rules adopted last month effectively closed off the country's ports to that bites and threaten them with fines of up to fifty thousand your eyes on the impounding of the vessels at least coalition governments been blaming European pot as the leading it to deal with the sea of rifles a line no all normal deputy prime minister Matteo salvini songs yielding stocks on my grandson rescue ships has helped boost his party's popularity recent polls suggest fifty nine percent of Italians are in favor of shots and Italian ports but there are signs of tension in the ruling coalition me saying don't go solo on Saturday so I'll be set on the Facebook page he felt lonely and cold on fellow ministers to help more I the migrants