Italian navy rescues over 1,000 migrants from overcrowded boats in a day

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Publish Date : 2021-04-07 12:58:41


Italian navy rescues over 1,000 migrants from overcrowded boats in a day

The Italian navy said it rescued more than 1,000 migrants from several overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean between Tuesday and Wednesday morning.

The migrants, who included women and children, had set off from the North African coast and were not equipped with life jackets, the navy said.

They are now being taken by ship to the port of Augusta, on Italy's Mediterranean island of Sicily.



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On Tuesday, three other navy ships disembarked 1,049 more migrants rescued since Monday in the ports of Augusta and Pozzallo, also in Sicily, the navy said.

Italy is a major gateway into Europe for migrants who come by sea from North Africa in hope of reaching EU soil.

Shipwrecks off the shores of Sicily and the tiny island of Lampedusa are common, thanks to the frequent use of overcrowded and barely seaworthy vessels.

But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say.

According to the European border agency Frontex, more than 12,000 illegal migrants were detected off Sicily and 8,000 off Lampedusa in the third quarter of last year.

Many of those arriving on Italy's shores have set sail from Libya, the agency said.

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According to the European border agency Frontex, more than 12,000 illegal migrants were detected off Sicily and 8,000 off Lampedusa in the third quarter of last year. Italy is a major gateway into Europe for migrants who come by sea from North Africa in hope of reaching EU soil. Italy is a major gateway into Europe for migrants who come by sea from North Africa in hope of reaching EU soil. READ: Italy, EU, investigate treatment of migrants on Lampedusa after video Italy is a major gateway into Europe for migrants who come by sea from North Africa in hope of reaching EU soil. Many of those arriving on Italy's shores have set sail from Libya, the agency said. The Italian navy said it rescued more than 1,000 migrants from several overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean between Tuesday and Wednesday morning. But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. They are now being taken by ship to the port of Augusta, on Italy's Mediterranean island of Sicily. They are now being taken by ship to the port of Augusta, on Italy's Mediterranean island of Sicily. READ: Italian navy rescues 730 migrants in overcrowded boats off Sicily Shipwrecks off the shores of Sicily and the tiny island of Lampedusa are common, thanks to the frequent use of overcrowded and barely seaworthy vessels. But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. Italy is a major gateway into Europe for migrants who come by sea from North Africa in hope of reaching EU soil. According to the European border agency Frontex, more than 12,000 illegal migrants were detected off Sicily and 8,000 off Lampedusa in the third quarter of last year. Shipwrecks off the shores of Sicily and the tiny island of Lampedusa are common, thanks to the frequent use of overcrowded and barely seaworthy vessels. But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. Many of those arriving on Italy's shores have set sail from Libya, the agency said. Shipwrecks off the shores of Sicily and the tiny island of Lampedusa are common, thanks to the frequent use of overcrowded and barely seaworthy vessels. READ: Italy, EU, investigate treatment of migrants on Lampedusa after video But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. READ: Italy, EU, investigate treatment of migrants on Lampedusa after video READ: Would-be immigrants storm Spanish enclave on Moroccan coast READ: Italy, EU, investigate treatment of migrants on Lampedusa after video The Italian navy said it rescued more than 1,000 migrants from several overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean between Tuesday and Wednesday morning. The migrants, who included women and children, had set off from the North African coast and were not equipped with life jackets, the navy said. The Italian navy said it rescued more than 1,000 migrants from several overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean between Tuesday and Wednesday morning. The Italian navy said it rescued more than 1,000 migrants from several overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean between Tuesday and Wednesday morning. But despite the dangers, migrants keep coming. Some are from African nations, particularly Eritrea and Somalia, while others have fled war-torn Syria, officials say. They are now being taken by ship to the port of Augusta, on Italy's Mediterranean island of Sicily.

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