Migrants swimming towards Sicily after jumping off the Open Arms rescue vessel on Thursday 17 September | Screenshot from Tweet from Open Arms
A picture of the migrants rescued by the Maersk tanker Etienne in the Mediterranean in August 2020 | Photo: Reuters / Maersk Tankers
A screenshot from the Times of Malta article showing two video stills taking from inside the Safi detention center on the island | Source: Screenshots from video published by the Times of Malta
Migrants in a boat by the Maersk Etienne tanker | Photo: Reuters/Maersk Tankers
Migrants onboard the Sea-Watch 4 civil sea rescue ship observe the oil tanker Maersk Etienne | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/T.Lohnes
27 migrants were picked up by the Etienne tanker on August 4, 2020 | Photo: Copyright © 2020 Sea-Watch e.V.
Migrants on board the Sea Watch 4 stranded off the Sicily coast, August 2020 | Credit: Screenshot Twitter/MSF
Images from the third rescue carried out by Sea-Watch on August 24 | Photo: Sea-Watch / Chris Grodotski
Large numbers have fled Tunisia for Italy and Malta | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Collage of three NGO search and rescue vessels: Ocean Viking, Sea-Watch 3 and Alan Kurdi | Photo: SOS Mediterranee/Sea-Watch/Sea-Eye
Operation Irini ships are to be deployed off the eastern coast of Libya, where most weapons from Turkey arrive. File photo from 2 May, 2017 | Photo: picture-alliance/German Ministry of Defense
Rescued migrants disembark during their arrival in Senglea, in Valletta's Grand Harbour on Malta, July 27, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS