In this picture taken on April 24, 2015 and made available on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, a migrant walks with a bicycle in a tent camp in San Ferdinando, in the outskirts of Rosarno, southern Italy. (AP Photo/Adriana Sapone)
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Diplomats are warning that United Nations backing for any European Union plan to address the growing Mediterranean migration crisis could take longer than anyone wants.EU militaries want legal backing to strike against the boats used by traffickers, who often leave migrants to drift and die at sea.In an emergency meeting last week, and under criticism for not doing more earlier, the EU doubled the emergency aid to frontline member states Italy, Greece and Malta to 50 million euros ($54 million) a year.U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon and Mogherini on Monday visited an Italian navy ship involved in border control operations.
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