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>> Stuck at sea. This ferry, docked in Istanbul, has become the unexpected home of a group of migrant stowaways. With no country willing to take them, 12 migrants, thought to be from North Africa, have been sailing to and fro between Istanbul and Odessa on this Danish passenger ferry.
They've been making this journey for the last seven weeks locked in full cabins. The Danish ferry operator says Turkey and Ukraine both refuse to accept the men. The spokesman says they've been locked in the cabins because they've been violent and are threatening suicide. The UN has been invited on board to question the men.
The Ukrainian Border Service said the men wanted to go from Turkey to Romania but got on the wrong ferry and ended up in Ukraine. But, they can not be taken in because they don't have documents. Ukraine thinks they're Turkey's responsibility. Their never-ending journey now symbolic of a crisis without easy solutions.