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From file: Rescue ship Sea-Eye 4 in the Mediterranean Sea | Photo: Maik Lüdemann & sea-eye.org
The Geo Barents rescue ship, operated by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) | Photo: ANSA/MSF
Many of those who are rescued are victims of human trafficking, according to the Ocean Viking | Photo: picture alliance
From file: The crew of the Geo Barents rescued 71 migrants off a sinking dinghy in the Central Mediterranean | Photo: MSF_Sea on Twitter
Migrants on board are "physically and emotionally exhausted" says the crew of MSF's ship Geo Barents | Source: Twitter feed @MSF_Sea
Some of the migrants rescued by the Geo Barents on July 7, 2022 | Source: Twitter feed @MSF_Sea
When the Geo Barents arrived on the scene on Monday, many people were already in the water | Photo: MSF Sea/Twitter
The crew of the Geo Barents rescued 71 migrants off a sinking dinghy in the Central Mediterranean | Photo: MSF_Sea on Twitter
From file: Migrants arrived from Libya in Valletta, Malta, July 27, 2020 | Photo: Reuters
158 people crowded onto two rubber boats were trying to leave Libya, headed for Italy. They were picked up by the Ocean Viking on Thursday, May 19 | Photo: SOS Mediterranee/Ocean Viking
MSF crew on the Geo Barents help migrants in the Mediterranean in May 2022 | Source: Twitter feed @MSF_Sea
Migrant rescue vessel Sea-Eye 4 leaving the port of August on Sicily on April 6 | Photo: Maik Lüdemann/sea-eye.org