This time it is a German ‘rescue’ ship bringing what they describe as many “unaccompanied minors” to Sicily.
Here are a couple of commenters to the article at the Malta Independent:
Here is a bit of the same old story:
Some 600 migrants rescued at sea arrived Friday in Sicily — one of the biggest influxes since Italy struck a deal with Libyan authorities to limit migrant smuggling — raising concerns of a renewed surge on the Libyan human trafficking corridor.
The migrants, including many unaccompanied minors from sub-Saharan Africa, were rescued in seven operations over 36 hours, and transported Friday to Palermo by the German non-governmental organization SOS Mediterranee.
SOS Mediterranee President Valeria Calandra told Sky TG24 that the renewed instability in Libya has only increased the desire of migrants to escape the lawless North African country.
“It was very improbable that from today to tomorrow you can stop everyone,” she said.
“I think this rescue is the first of many others that will arrive.” [she hopes it is!—ed]
And, here is another comment:
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