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Rescue groups say Malta coordinated the return of 500 migrants to Libya instead of saving them

  • Malta is being accused by rescue groups of coordinating the return of around 500 migrants to Libya where they were subsequently imprisoned in violation of international maritime law.
  • The migrants, including 55 children and pregnant women, were on a fishing vessel when they reported to the Alarm Phone hotline for migrants in distress that they were adrift and taking in water near Malta.
  • Migrants returned to Libya are subject to arbitrary detention, extortion, torture, and enforced disappearances by militias and human traffickers, in what a UN panel of experts said may amount to crimes against humanity.
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