Italy stops 35 migrants from getting off rescue ship in port


              The Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants arrives at Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The captain of the Humanity 1 refused Italian orders to leave a Sicilian port Sunday after authorities conducted a medical selection of the passengers and did not allow 35 to get off, acting under directives from Italy's far-right-led government. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck before being disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants just disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, sit on a bus in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants lay on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              The Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants arrives at Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The captain of the Humanity 1 refused Italian orders to leave a Sicilian port Sunday after authorities conducted a medical selection of the passengers and did not allow 35 to get off, acting under directives from Italy's far-right-led government. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck before being disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants just disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, sit on a bus in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants lay on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              The Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants arrives at Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The captain of the Humanity 1 refused Italian orders to leave a Sicilian port Sunday after authorities conducted a medical selection of the passengers and did not allow 35 to get off, acting under directives from Italy's far-right-led government. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck before being disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants just disembarked from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, sit on a bus in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants lay on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Massimno Di Nonno)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Norway-flagged Geo Barents rescue ship carrying 572 migrants, in Catania's port, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. The Geo Barents, and the German-flagged Humanity1 have been allowed to disembark what the Italian authorities defined "vulnerable people" and minors, while other two ships carrying rescued migrants remained at sea. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants sit on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrants lay on the deck of the Rise Above rescue ship run by the German organization Mission Lifeline, in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed one rescue ship, the German run Humanity 1, to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, but refused to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (Severine Kpoti/Mission Lifeline Via AP)
            
              Migrantes desembarcan del buque de rescate Humanity 1, gestionado por la organización alemana SOS Humanity en el puerto de Catania, Sicilia, en el sur de Italia, el domingo 6 de noviembre de 2022. (AP Foto/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrantes desembarcan del buque de rescate Humanity 1, gestionado por la organización alemana SOS Humanity en el puerto de Catania, Sicilia, en el sur de Italia, el domingo 6 de noviembre de 2022. (AP Foto/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              The SOS Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, is seen at sea off the shores of Sicily, near Aci Reale, southern Italy, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022. Two German-run migrant rescue ships carrying nearly 300 rescued people are waiting off the eastern coast of Sicily, the Humanity 1 with permission to disembark the most vulnerable migrants while the other's request for a safe port has gone unanswered despite "critical" conditions on board. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants go through medical checks and get on a bus after they disembarked from the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants receive medical care after they disembarked from the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Italy's only Black lawmaker in the lower chamber, Abourbakar Soumahoro, talks to reporters as migrants disembark from the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants stand on the deck of the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, at harbor in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Oct. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
            
              Migrants disembark from the Humanity 1 rescue ship run by the German organization SOS Humanitarian, in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, early Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. Italy allowed the Humanity 1 rescue ship carrying over 100 migrants to enter the Sicilian port and begin disembarking minors, while refusing to respond to requests for safe harbor from three other ships carrying 900 more people in nearby waters. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)
Italy stops 35 migrants from getting off rescue ship in port