Migration: the Mediterranean flow continues for Italy and Spain

Migration: the Mediterranean flow continues for Italy and Spain
By Euronews with Reuters
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While debate about how to accommodate them rages in the north of Europe, a steady stream of migrants continues to arrive on the shores of the south

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While debate about how to accommodate them rages in the north of Europe, a steady stream of migrants continues to arrive on the shores of the south.

Forty seven migrants were brought ashore at the Spanish port of Motril on Wednesday, children and a pregnant woman among them.

Las tres embarazadas y los dos bebés llegados en patera a Motril se quedarán en España http://t.co/H7DhK1a9P2pic.twitter.com/unzhGfhALE

— Granada Digital (@granadadigital) 22 Juillet 2015

Hundreds arrive in Messina

580 refugees from sub-saharan Africa, Syria and Bangladesh were brought ashore in the Italian port of Messina after being rescued by the coastguard two days before.

#refugees and #migrants waiting to be registered at the port of #MessinaMe_Mo_Mag</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/Refugees">Refugeespic.twitter.com/iWdsStvA9d

— Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_buccia) 22 Juillet 2015

They are among 1,400 picked up in a number of operations just off the coast of Libya on Monday.

The Geneva-based International Organisation for Migration says an estimated 150,000 migrants came to Europe by sea between January and July.

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