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Nigerian refugee Debora Osaretin, 22, works at the CIMD factory in Fundao, central Portugal, on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Debora Osaretin, 22, works at the CIMD factory in Fundao, central Portugal, on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Debora Osaretin, 22, works at the CIMD factory in Fundao, central Portugal, on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Social assistant Teresa gives Portuguese classes to a refugee at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Social assistant Teresa gives Portuguese classes to refugees at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Social assistant Teresa gives Portuguese classes to refugees at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Social assistant Teresa gives Portuguese classes to a refugee at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Christy Luwis, 21, attends a Portuguese class at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Guinean refugee Mory Camara, 24, poses inside his room at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Guinean refugee Mory Camara, 24, poses inside his room at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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A refugee attends a Portuguese class at Fundao refugee center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee, Christy Luwis, 21, and Nigerian refugee Princess Ojaega, 24, who both arrived in Portugal after a journey on the Aquarius ship, pose at the end of a Portuguese class at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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The silhouette of Nigerian refugee Princess Ojaega, 24, is pictured at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Joshua William, 25, looks outside from a window at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Guinean refugee Mory Camara, 24, exercise during a sports class at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Joshua William, 25, pose at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Refugees exercise during a sports class at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Debora Osaretin, 22, poses at her apartment in Fundao, central Portugal, on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Nigerian refugee Debora Osaretin, 22, poses at her apartment in Fundao, central Portugal, on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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Refugees exercise during a sports class at Fundao migrant center in Fundao, central Portugal on July 9, 2019. - In June last year, the Aquarius was one of the first rescue vessels that the Italian government blocked as it closed the country's doors to NGOs picking up migrants from the Mediterranean. After a week at sea, the boat docked in Spain and its 630 passengers were distributed across six countries, with Portugal taking in 19 -- all of whom wound up in Fundao. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP)
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