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The crew of the Geo Barents rescued 71 migrants off a sinking dinghy in the Central Mediterranean | Photo: MSF_Sea on Twitter
The Sea-Eye 4 arrived in Messina, Italy, with 476 rescued people on board on June 22, 2022 | Photo: Gabriele Maricchiolo/NurPhoto/picture alliance
From file: Detained migrants sit in front of security forces after being returned to Libya in April 2022 | Photo: Yousef Murad / AP Photo
A boat carrying migrants that departed from Tunisia intercepted by the Italian Coast Guard off Pozzallo, Sicilia | Photo: ARCHIVIO/ANSA
From file: Migrants who lost their lives in a shipwreck are buried in Sfax, Tunisia on June 11, 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance
The Louise Michel with some of those it rescued on board before transfer to the Sea-Watch 4 | Photo: Louise Michel MV
A picture posted to Twitter by Sea-Eye shows the nighttime rescue of 76 migrants, bring the total on board to 492 | Photo: @seaeyeorg twitter feed. @KranzuschC
A photo montage of the Mediterranean Sea and map, where hundreds of migrants have gone missing already in 2022 | Photo: Mothers' Words project
The crew of Sea-Eye 4 help migrants on to their boat in June, 2022 | Photo: Maria Maida 7 from Twitter feed: @seaeyeorg
Spanish authorities search for a missing migrant after the boat on which he is thought to have traveled capsized off southern Spain | Photo: ANSA / EPA
From file: The Lebanese army searches for survivors after a boat carrying irregular migrants sank off the shore of Tripoli, Lebanon on April 24, 2022 | Photo: picture-alliance/Ahmad Said/Anadolu Agency
A group of migrants rescued from the Mediterranean by Sea-Watch 3 crew on June 2, 2022 | Source: Twitter feed @Seawatch_intl