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Surveillance footage reveals links between Sicily's Mafia and the New York mob, Italian police say.
BBC World Service
Forty-seven migrants rescued in the Mediterranean have been allowed to disembark from an Italian patrol boat on the island of Sicily.
They are reported to come from Tunisia and sub-Saharan Africa.
They arrived hours before a planned ceremony in Sicily marking the closure of what was once the biggest migrant reception centre in Europe.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is expected to attend the event.
The centre, at Mineo, once housed more than 4,000 migrants. It is now empty, with the remaining migrants transferred to smaller centres.
On Monday, a German charity, Sea-Eye, rescued 44 people off the Libyan coast.
It is working with the Maltese authorities to transfer them to their custody.
Hot lava is seen bursting into the sky amid an increase in seismic activity on the Sicilian volcano.
A national park director in Sicily, Giuseppe Antoci, describes a close shave last year when local mafia tried to assassinate him. He says he angered them by simply doing his job, trying to stop them stealing parkland at the Parco dei Nebrodi. (Picture: Car of national park director Antoci with bullet holes, with an inset picture of Mr Antoci; Credit: Giuseppe Romeo/Antenna del Mediterraneo)
Magdalen is one of tens of thousands of Nigerian migrants to Europe who have been forced into sex work.
Two earthquakes have left buildings damaged and people injured following the eruption of Mount Etna on Monday.