In the Mediterranean sea are again almost saved two hundred refugees from distress at sea. In the case of the Board of NGO-ships are migrants is still unclear, where you are allowed to go ashore.
saved by The Maltese Navy 69 refugees from distress at sea. The migrants in a wooden boat would have sold 117 nautical miles southwest of Malta, an emergency call and had been saved then said the Marine. The refugees were brought to Malta.German Maritime search and rescue in the Mediterranean sea
A ship of the German refugee aid organisation, the Sea-Eye to burst, according to their own information to another rescue mission in the Mediterranean sea. According to a note by the Maltese coast guard ship "Professor Albrecht Penck was headed into" a sea of boat with 24 people on Board. On the "Professor Albrecht Penck" are already 17 on Saturday rescued refugees. The research vessel sails under German flag and is now in search of a safe haven.
The "Sea-Watch 3" was also shipwrecked refugees.
in addition, the "Sea-Watch 3" the German aid organisation Sea Watch with more than 30 rescued migrants on the Mediterranean sea for more than a week. "It is time for the German government to take responsibility: Two ships are in need of a safe haven," tweeted Sea-Watch.
The Dutch-flagged ship is currently in the South of Malta, said spokesman Ruben Neugebauer. The situation on Board was stable and the weather is acceptable. That should change next week. "We absolutely need a solution this year."Tunisian Navy rescues migrants
in Front of the coast of Tunisia, were rescued, according to the Tunisian coast, 45 refugees guard. Their boat was caught off the island of Kerkennah in the East of the country in distress, as a spokesman of the Tunisian national guard to the AFP news Agency said. The Rescued were unharmed. Among them two pregnant women were.
The source of refugees reported to be mainly from African countries South of the Sahara. They had left from Libya towards Europe. On the Central Mediterranean route for it to boot always comes back to the fatal accidents of a Refugee.