A migrant in Sicily | Credit: Diego Cupolo
The Diciotti ship of the Italian Coast Guard
A boat intercepted by the Italian finance police of Porto Empedocle in waters off the coast of the town of Realmonte, after numerous Tunisians disembarked from the vessel. Photo ANSA/FINANCE POLICE PRESS OFFICE
some 60 migrants rescued at sea, near the coast of Libya. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/CREDIT/OPEN ARMS
This picture shows migrants waiting to be rescued off the coast of Libya last week as rescuers throw life jackets at them them and urge them to stay calm (ANSA/AP Photo/Valerio Niscolosi)
In the picture, from left, Alessandro Porro, SOS Mediterranee rescuer, Nicola Stalla, coordinator of the rescue operations on board the Aquarius, Frederic Penard, director of operations SOS Mediterranee, Claudia Lodesani, president of Doctors without Borders Italia, during the press conference 'Aquarius goes back to sea' at the headquarters of the Foreign Press in Rome Photo/ANSA/Angelo Carconi
20-year old Shiraz Bhatti hopes  towork in the IT sector in Europe  Photo credit: Shiraz Bhatti
The Aquarius rescue ship enters the port of Valencia
Migrants rescued near Libya aboard the Open Arms aid ship react as the ship approaches the port of Barcelona in Spain (Archive)
Italian Interior Minister and Vice Premier, Matteo Salvini, during question time in the Senate in Rome, July 26, 2018. ANSA/ANGELO CARCONI
The photo shows the remains of a migrant boat found off the coast of Libya on July 17. Credit: Proactiva Open Arms
Migrants in detention centers in Libya