‘Evidence of Malta’s collusion with Libyan torturers suggests a crime against humanity’ – international law expert

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2020-04-24T08:42:09+02:00Fri, 24th Apr '20, 08:42|

Speaking to Italian Catholic newspaper l’Avvenire, the EU border agency Frontex provided information that shows that search and rescue services of Italy, Malta and Libya had been given the information they needed to rescue in time all passengers of a dinghy where 5 people died and another 7 were lost, presumed dead. The survivors were [...]

It may be nameless. But it’s not without purpose.

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2020-04-24T08:05:20+02:00Fri, 24th Apr '20, 08:05|

In spite of the effort to hide the name, identity and history of the boat that took migrants saved after the Easter weekend in Malta’s search and rescue area, there are interesting traces of her history left around the internet. The ship is believed to be one that is named as the Mae Yemenja. A [...]