Volunteers in the sky monitor migrant rescues at sea
ON BOARD THE SEBIRD (AP) – As dozens of African migrants crossed the Mediterranean Sea in a fragile white rubber dinghy, a small plane circling 300 meters above closely watched their attempt to reach Europe.
The twin-engine Seabird, owned by the German non-governmental organization Sea-Watch, is tasked with documenting human rights violations committed against migrants at sea and relaying distress cases to nearby ships and authorities who increasingly need it. more ignored their calls.
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