sea rescue

Astoun, a former refugee from Syria, is a rescue worker on board the Ocean Viking. January 7, 2023 | Photo: Michael Bunel
The Sea-Eye 4 impounded in the port of Palermo | Photo: Screenshot from Twitter @seaeyeorg
The crew of the Geo Barents carry out a rescue operation in the Mediterranean on Wednesday, January 25 | Photo: Mohammed Cheblak / MSF Doctors without Borders handout via Reuters
Sea-Eye rescuers with migrants in the Mediterranean, November 14, 2022 | Photo: picture alliance / ROPI | JOE RABE
The crew of NGO ship Geo Barents during the rescue of dozens of migrants and refugees from an overcrowded dinghy | Photo: ANSA/MSF
A crew from SOS Humanity hand out life vests to people on board an overcrowded dinghy before bringing them on board the rescue ship | Photo: ANSA/SOS HUMANITY
Sean Binder, one of the accused, said the trial was about 'human rights' | Photo: Panagiotis Balaskas/AP/dpa/picture alliance
The Geo Barents, of MSF, enters the port of Ancona on January 12 | Photo: ANSA/DAVIDE GENNARI
A dinghy from the search and rescue boat Geo Barents during an operation to rescue dozens of people on an unstable and overcrowded rubber dinghy | Photo: ANSA/MSF
A new chapter begins for the migrants leaving the Ocean Viking - as the NGO rescue vessel prepares to embark on its next mission | Photo: Frey Lindsay
Workers of MSF on board of the Geo Barents, the search and rescue vessel of Médecins Sans Frontières, while assisting 73 people, including 16 unaccompanied minors, who were traveling on an unstable and overcrowded dinghy. The ship is excpected to dock soon in Ancona | Photo: ANSA/MSF
Sean Binder, one of the accused, said the trial was about 'human rights' | Photo: Panagiotis Balaskas/AP/dpa/picture alliance