Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Italy and France consider giving Tunisia alerts of migrant boats after knife attack

  • Tunisians fleeing a virus-battered economy make up the largest contingent of migrants landing in Italy this year
  • Plan would involve deploying ‘naval or air assets that could alert the Tunisian authorities to eventual departures’

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Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Italian Interior Minister, Luciana Lamorgese and her French counterpart, Gerald Darmanin, during their meeting at Viminale Palace in Rome on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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