Update: Sea-Watch airborne operations in Mediterranean highlight lack of assistance from EU
London. UK. Recent rescue operations carried out in the central Mediterranean reinforce the fatal consequences of European member States’ failure to assist migrants and refugees, according to German NGO Sea-Watch.
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|Survivors of deadly Mediterranean migrant crossing share testimonies in new publication |
Dec 02, 2021 12:00 pm
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For migrants and refugees fleeing adversity in Libya, the dangerous Central Mediterranean Sea is the only way to reach safety the only passage to safety. Victims and Survivors of the world’s deadliest migration route share their stories of fear, suffering and hope, in the latest publication from Human Rights at Sea.
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