sea watch

League leader and then-interior minister Matteo Salvini on July 3, 2019, in Nettuno, when the former Sea Watch 3 commander Carola Rackete was released. Rackete was arrested for a few hours after taking migrants to the port of Lampedusa | Photo: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
Sea Watch accuses the Italian port authorities of engaging in politically-motivated harassment | Photo: Sea-Watch
More than 50 unaccompanied minors were onboard the Ocean Viking, and some of the migrants had suffered fuel burns | Photo: Claire Juchat/SOS MEDITERRANEE
From file: The migrant rescue ship Louise Michel is being sponsored by Banksy | Photo: Sea-Watch International via Twitter
The German NGO migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 with 440 migrants on board arrives in the port of Pozzallo on the Italian island of Sicily on December 31, 2021. The vessel was assigned the port of Pozzallo to disembark the 440 migrants it had saved in five rescue operations | Photo: Francesco Ruta/Ansa/imago
Sea-Watch rescued 180 migrants from a boat in distress on Saturday | Photo: Max Brugger/Sea-Watch/dpa/picture-alliance
Carola Rackete, the German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, has repeatedly stated that she had no regrets about the way she had acted | Photo: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET
From File: Migrants rescued by Sea-Watch wait to disembark in Pozzallo, Italy, on October 23, 2021 | Photo: Picture-alliance/ANSA/FRANCESCO RUTA
The Sea Watch 4 was told in no uncertain terms to clear the section of the Mediterranean it was in | Source: Screenshot from Sea-Watch International
A rescue operation by Sea-Watch in the Central Mediterranean on October 18, 2021 | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/Valeria Mongelli
TheSea-Watch 3 in February 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Carmelo Imbesi
Migrants rest on the deck of Sea-Watch 3 after the crew carried out seven rescues, bringing 412 people on board | Photo: Valeria Mongelli / Picture-alliance/AP Photo