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twelve days x. , nearly one hundred migrants some in need of medical attention brought into the port of continued on wednesday , almost half were women and children , one of them was pregnant and had been treated at sea , they left egypt packed in an aging fishing vessel , begin to take on water two hundred nautical miles off the coast of malta senate i think that the amy nobody's than the people who i have seen youngsters or same fine , they sing now there's a group of women and a mother with two children they old same okay sunday g. though the u. n. refugee agency , is about eighteen hundred migrants have dogged this year trying to make the crossing , that's twenty times more than the same period in city fourteen , europe is seeking u. n. approval to identify capture and destroy boats before they can be used by traffickers , but it's unclear how and when that could be achieved , on wednesday the president of the italian red cross said that strategy alone won't work , as a legal libya in particular under pressure to stem the flow and clamp down on human traffic is , but with limited resources authorities rely on fishing and tugboats to patrol the waters , the few who while court left in chrome detention centers for weeks sometimes months on end