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SOS MEDITERRANEE Aug 13
❗While one tragedy after the other unfolds in the , the has been detained by Italian authorities for 3 weeks. More than 100,000 citizens are demanding her release! Join them by signing our petition ➡️
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SOS MEDITERRANEE Aug 13
"We could have been sold on human traffickers' markets. They sell you like goats. The only way for us to escape was by boat. There are no other options." After 36 hours at sea, Mohammed was rescued by the in June. This is part of his story.
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Florent Mimart Aug 11
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SOS MEDITERRANEE Aug 24
🆘The has been detained in Italy for more than a month. Held in port, the rescue ship is prevented from saving lives in the Central Mediterranean. Demand her release – sign the petition. ➡️
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Abdul Aziz Adam Jul 21
January & June, nearly 37,000 ppl attempted to cross the area," according to the International Organization for Migration. Not to mention the invisible shipwrecks, far from the eyes for lack of witnesses. 👇
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Joanna Aug 23
Free the Ocean Viking - Sign the Petition! via
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MSF Sea Jul 22
Italian authorities have detained the in Sicily, alleging that the rescue ship has been carrying too many people. condemn the move as a continuation of blatant harassment aimed at impeding the lifesaving work of NGOs at sea.
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Violeta Santos Moura Aug 22
Last year 5 people per day died trying to cross the Med Sea. There is currently only 1 search and rescue ship in operation. A month ago the search and rescue ship was detained by Italian authorities. Demand the be freed.
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Matteo de Bellis Jul 23
Last night, the Italian Coast Guard ordered the detention of yet another rescue vessel, after subjecting it to a long inspection. This time it was the turn of , operated by NGO
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Cupid♡Name Aug 5
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InfoMigrants Jul 6
After nine days on the ship, the 180 migrants aboard the rescue vessel were allowed to step onto Italian soil late Monday after the ship declared an emergency over multiple suicide attempts by people on board.
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Civil Fleet Jul 23
Italian coastguard condemned for seizing 4th NGO rescue ship over ‘safety’ concerns: SOS Mediterranee asks where Italy’s concerns were when they ignored the ’s calls for help for 11 days earlier this month Story here 👉
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Vaclav Seitz Aug 24
Replying to @SOSMedIntl
The is prevented from bringing illegals to , and that is good!
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Migrant Rescue Watch Jul 22
1/2 🇮🇹 Italian Coast Guard upon inspection of vessel issued an administrative arrest for "several irregularities of a technical and operational nature". [cont]
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Andrea Quaden Jul 22
Viking detained in Italy: SOS MEDITERRANEE condemns a blatant administrative harassment manoeuvre aimed at impeding our lifesaving work
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Anna Rurka Jul 24
"Stopping the ambulance won't stop the hurt from bleeding out." Preventing from doing their work is really not a solution worthy of Europe. should be freed.
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InfoMigrants Jul 23
The Italian Coast Guard has detained the migrant rescue ship, citing "several technical and operational irregularities." The aid group that runs the ship called the move "a new level of official harassment."
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Jan Egeland Jul 30
We call on Italy to release the rescue ship as soon as possible. Search & rescue in the Mediterranean is imperative to saving lives. Nations like Norway should support Italy by taking responsibility for some of the children, women &men rescued
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Mediterranea Saving Humans USA Jul 6
Italy waits for its quarantine ship to free-up before transferring there the survivors rescued by , in violation of international laws that prescribe to assign immediately a Place of Safety to all people saved at sea. obeys laws. Nations don't.
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Carola Rackete Jul 22
The amount of Port State Controls being carried out on civil rescue vessels is well above the industry standard. passed 3 controls within one year (normal is one), then yesterday the ship was detained for the same certificates which had been ok the last 3 times.
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