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Open Arms, i minori sbarcati: «I am happy, viva Italia». E il ragazzo eritreo batte il cinque

Open Arms, i minori sbarcati: «I am happy, viva Italia». E il ragazzo eritreo batte il cinque

Alcuni sono scalzi, tre pare abbiano la scabbia, tutti sono visibilmente provati. Vengono visitati già a bordo delle motovedette e quando salgono sui furgoni dalla piccola folla di turisti parte anche l’applauso: «Benvenuti ragazzi!»


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