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A handout photo made available by German civil sea rescue organisation sea-eye shows the Alan Kurdi vessel, off the Libyan coast, 5 July 2019 | Photo: Fabian Heinz / EPA/ Sea-Eye
From file: The Alan Kurdi humantarian rescue ship off Libya | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
The Alan Kurdi is operated by Sea-Eye, the crew on board say after a lack of response from EU countries they have no choice but to set sail for France in order to avoid a standoff in Italy | Photo: Joris Grahl / Sea-Eye
The German rescue ship Alan Kurdi found 133 people floating off the coast of Libya in the space of 12 hours. Those rescued were aboard three separate boats | Photo: Joris Grahl / Sea-Eye
The Sea-Watch 4 set sail in the Mediterranean on August 15, 2020 | Photo: Sea-Watch / Chris Grodotski
Migrants arriving in Passau, Germany, in November 2015 | Photo: Picture-alliance
Crew members of the Ocean Viking during a rescue on June 25, 2020 | Photo: SOS Mediterranee
Sea-Watch 3 has set sail once again in the Mediterranean. | Source: Sea-Watch Twitter site
An empty boat in the middle of the Mediterranean | Photo: DW/Y.Gostoli
Saved refugees lying aboard the container ship MV Marina, which is currently en route in the Mediterranean. Last weekend, the crew of the vessel picked up dozens of people in distress | Photo: picture alliance/Reederei Klingenberg/dpa
Sea-Eye says it will not be able to carry out search and rescue for the rest of the month | Photo: picture-alliance
The ferry the Rubattino has been hosting the 183 migrants on board since mid-April when they entered their period of quarantine | Photo: Imago