On the Mediterranean sea: Sea-Watch 3 save more than 90 migrants

After more than three months of forced break has saved the "Sea-Watch 3" nearly 30 nautical miles off the Libyan coast, about 90 migrants in distress at sea,

On the Mediterranean sea: Sea-Watch 3 save more than 90 migrants

After more than three months of forced break has saved the "Sea-Watch 3" nearly 30 nautical miles off the Libyan coast, about 90 migrants in distress at sea, including women and minors. Several of the Rescued had received on Board the rescue ship immediately for medical assistance, with a shared Sea-Watch on Wednesday on Twitter. Meanwhile, discovered by a search plane from the German aid organization in front of the Libyan coast, another in the sea of a boat with about 70 people on Board.

Three days after a boating accident with allegedly eleven of the victims was found on the beach of the Libyan coastal town of Sorman East of Zuwara the body of a a few-month-old babies. An Italian Online news service "Mediterraneo" published photo shows the still in a Romper suit plug ends of the lifeless body to the rescue by forces of the Red Crescent.

The rescue vessel "Sea Watch 3" was a few days ago by the Italian Messina in the direction of the Libyan coast and patrolled between Libya and Malta. After a rescue operation in February, the ship stand for two weeks under quarantine. As the "Sea-Watch 3" was again ready for departure, out-braked the Corona-Lockdown the Savior.

Updated Date: 17 June 2020, 14:19

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