Migranti

Open Arms: Il Mediterraneo continua ad uccidere

Diciannove i soccorsi in mare, tra cui sei bambini

Migrants sit on the floor of the Open Arms Uno ship after being rescued from a rubber boat in the sea during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the Spanish NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards arrive to help migrants on a rubber boat during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
A migrant hands a baby to a lifeguard from the Spanish NGO Open Arms during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards approach a rubber boat with migrants during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
A migrant flashes with his fingers the number of children aboard a rubber boat to Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards arrive to help migrants on a rubber boat during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Migrants wait to be rescued by the Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Spanish NGO Open Arms rescue ship, left, approaches a rubber boat with migrants during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Migrants wait to be rescued by the Spanish NGO Open Arms lifeguards during a rescue operation at international waters zone of Libya SAR (Search and Rescue) in the Mediterranean sea, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Seventeen migrants from Syria and Sudan, including six children, were rescued by the NGO Open Arms crew members after their boat overturned and started to sink. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Un bagnino della ONG spagnola Open Arms aiuta un bambino e altri migranti durante un'operazione di salvataggio nella zona delle acque internazionali della Libia SAR (Search and Rescue) nel Mar Mediterraneo, giovedì 15 settembre 2022. Foto: AP/Petros Karadjias

La nave Open Arms Uno ha messo in salvo diciannove persone arrivate dalla Siria e dal Sudan. I migranti si trovavano nel Mediterraneo, in acque internazionali della Libia SAR (Search and Rescue), su una barca che aveva iniziato ad affondare. Tra i soccorsi dai membri dell’ong spagnola quattro bambini e due neonati. Tuttavia, i soccorritori non sono arrivati in tempo per salvare una donna che è caduta in mare e ha perso la vita, come testimoniano le persone che viaggiavano a bordo dell’imbarcazione.

Questa è stata la prima missione di salvataggio della nave, partita da Barcellona lo scorso 9 agosto con l’obiettivo di salvare vite umane, insieme alle navi Humanity 1 e Sea Watch 3 che operano nel Mediterraneo.

Foto: AP/Petros Karadjias

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