Open Arms rejects offer to dock in Spain, citing 'extreme humanitarian emergency'

  France 24 

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The Open Arms rescue ship carrying more than 130 migrants on Sunday rejected an offer from Spain to dock in Algeciras, a six days' journey away, citing an "extreme" emergency on board.
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