Sports Mediterranean: More than 1,400 Round migrants on its way to Italy
130 migrants missing in the Mediterranean: a "shame" for Pope François
© Via Reuters - Flavio Gasperini / SOS Mediterrane The NGO SOS Méditerranée had indicated on April 22, 2021 have spotted off Libya a dozen bodies near From a returned pneumatic boat that had been reported in distress with about 130 people on board. Pope Francis described Sunday, April 25 of "shame" the fate of 130 migrants missing since Thursday following a sinking in the Mediterranean, and said "very saddened by this tragedy".
P Lus of 1,400 migrants arrived this weekend aboard about fifteen boats on the small island From Lampedusa, in the south of , reported the media, while an NGO warned that hundreds of other people were in trouble in Maltese waters. Nearly 400 migrants of different nationalities, including 24 women and children, were aboard a ship that was intercepted off Lampedusa, emphasized the Italian news agencies. Another 20-meter long boat carrying 325 people was intercepted about 13 km from the coast of this island, while hundreds of other migrants arrived aboard smaller boats.
seventeen migrants found dead on a boat off the canaries
© provided by the point d IX-seven people were found dead on a boat carrying migrants off the Canary Islands, and three were saved, announced Spanish sea relief. The boat was first identified by a Spanish army to some 265 nautical miles (about 500 km) to the south-east of El Hierro Island, the smallest of the Canaries, and a ship of emergency at sea has been sent to the area.
These arrivals of migrants were denounced byCritical Location off Malta , the leader of the Italian party of the far-right of the league, which must be judged for blocked migrants at sea in 2019 when he was Minister of the Interior. "With millions of Italians in difficulty, we can not think of thousands of illegal immigrants," he said, requiring a meeting with Prime Minister .
The NGO Alarm Phone, which manages an emergency telephone line to help migrants, has launched a call for help to collect passengers of five boats carrying more than 400 people. Wide. "The situation on board is critical (...) A rescue is necessary now! , "Said this organization.
These rescuers want to save refugees fleeing Libya by sea. But they're trapped on shore by red tape
Italian authorities say the inspections ensure naval safety. But humanitarian rescuers say the constant checks and bureaucratic delays are just the latest tactic Italy is using to keep such humanitarian boats from bringing migrants to a Europe that doesn't want them.Sunshine bounces off the waves as the plume of smoke rising from the snow-capped Mount Etna scatters in the wind.
The Sicilian judicial authorities have in the meantime renewed this weekend a prohibition measure of any intervention at sea of the Sea-Watch 4 rescue vessel of a German NGO which had to keep it at anchor at the Port of Palermo, Sicily (South of Italy), for six months, until March, after an inspection that made too many life vests to its edge compared to its size.
NGO members believe that the inspection was for the authorities a diverted way to block the building and prevent it from helping to sea to migrants. "We hope that the authorities will not prevent us from going to the central Mediterranean with the same absurd charges we are used to," Tweeted Friday Sea-Watch Italy back from his last mission. Another ship, Sea-Watch 3, had been blocked in March by coastguards at the Sicilian port of Augusta, under the pretext, once again, security problems.
Despite the health crisis related to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, the illegal migration movement from the Maghreb countries, including theand Libya, to Europe continued, particularly for Italy where migrants hope to find work and perspectives. Some 530,000 migrants have reached the Italian coast since the beginning of 2015, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), an intergovernmental organization with headquarters in Geneva. Between January 1 and April 21, 2021, 8,604 people arrived in Italy and 65 in Malta, while 359 perished, according to IOM.
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