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Three migrants had died by the time the Maltese armed forces reached the boat. 81 were rescued alive | Source: Screenshot from Sea-Watch International
According to Sea-Watch the Libyan coast guard fired shots at a migrant boat near Italian waters | Photo: Sea-Watch
About 180 migrants were picked up by the Vos Triton on June 14, 2021. Now they have been returned to Libya, according to Sea-Watch and Alarm Phone | Photo: Sea-Watch
Sea-Watch 4 arrived in Trapani, Sicily on Tuesday, May 4, carrying 454 rescued passengers | Source: Screenshot from Sea-Watch @seawatchcrew (Twitter)
The entrance into port of the German humanitarian ship Sea-Watch 3. Messina, February 27, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/CARMELO IMBESI
The humanitarian rescue boat Sea-Watch 3 in the Mediterranean | Photo: Sea-Watch
Crew members of Sea-Watch approach a migrant boat during a rescue operation on February 28, 2021 | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/Sea-Watch | Selene Magnolia
Experienced Seaman on board ship in September 2014 | Photo: With kind permission from Abdullah Sabra
The last rescue operation carried out by the Sea-Watch 4 with 353 migrants rescued at sea transferred on quarantine ship GNV Allegra off the port of Palermo on September 2, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/IGOR PETYX
The ship Alan Kurdi, from the Sea-Eye ngo, arrives at the industrial port of Olbia, Sardinia | Photo: ANSA/GIAN MARIO SIAS
The Sea-Watch 4 ship in Palermo | Photo: Chris Grodotzki/dpa/picture-alliance
The Maersk Etienne waited nearly six weeks at sea after it took aboard 27 migrants on August 4, 2020 | Photo: Kai von Kotze/Sea-Watch.org
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