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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 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
The Alan Kurdi is run by Sea-Eye | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Sea-Eye/F. Heinz
Collage of three NGO search and rescue vessels: Ocean Viking, Sea-Watch 3 and Alan Kurdi | Photo: SOS Mediterranee/Sea-Watch/Sea-Eye
Sea-Eye says it will not be able to carry out search and rescue for the rest of the month | Photo: picture-alliance
The transfer of migrants on to the ferry Rubattino off the coast of Palermo | Photo: Reuters
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: EPA/FABIAN HEINZ / SEA-EYE HANDOU
The Alan Kurdi is run by Sea-Eye | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Sea-Eye/F. Heinz
The Alan Kurdi is the only NGO ship carrying out rescues in the Mediterranean right now | Photo: picture-alliance
The volunteer crew on board the Alan Kurdi rescue ship | Photo: Sea-Eye