Taranto, 24.07.23 - The disembarkation of the 171 people rescued on 20 July by EMERGENCY's search and rescue ship Life Support ended this morning at the port of Taranto at 11:20 a.m. They had been rescued in four different operations.…
"THE ENGINE BROKE DOWN. I WAS PANICKING BUT I WOULD NEVER GO BACK BECAUSE IN LIBYA YOU RISK YOUR LIFE EVERY DAY." "THE FATHER OF MY SON IS STILL IN LIBYA. WE WANTED TO RESCUE OUR LITTLE ONE FROM THAT…
One hypothesis could be that the engine has started working again and the boat is sailing towards Sicily, but we have no evidence of this.
EMERGENCY's Life Support concludes its fifth mission today. At sea since December 2022, it has rescued 619 people.
EMERGENCY completed the disembarkation of 161 people rescued between the night and morning of 25 March by the ship Life Support in three different rescue operations.
Late last night, EMERGENCY's search and rescue ship Life Support received a report of a boat in distress in international waters off Libya.
More than 40 injured people were received at EMERGENCY's Surgical Centre for War Victims in Kabul.
The video has been released in Italy and worldwide through EMERGENCY's social media channels, with the wish that this peace project will truly become a reality in 2023.
A total of 22 patients, including 20 women, have been received at EMERGENCY's Surgical Centre for War Victims in Kabul following the suicide attack that took place this morning, 30 September.
“SIXTH EXPLOSION IN THE LAST MONTH, THE SITUATION IS COMPLICATED”.