Busy night for the AFM as more people saved in the Mediterranean

epa07058765 Maltese Armed Forces of Malta patrol boat P52 enters the Maltese waters carrying 58 migrants and a dog by the name of Bella heading to the Armed Forces of Malta base at Hay Wharf, in Floriana, Malta, 30 September 2018. The migrants who were transferred from the de-flagged rescue ship MV Aquarius 2 onto the Maltese patrol boat in international waters have been unable to reach Maltese waters for four days due to bad weather in the Mediterranean. EPA-EFE/DOMENIC AQUILINA

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A total of 270 persons are expected in Malta Wednesday morning after being saved by the AFM in separate rescue operations in the Mediterranean.

In the first operation 63 persons were rescued whilst in the others another 210 migrants were rescued and are now on their way to Malta.



Via The Times of Malta

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