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A Maltese Coast Guard ship brought 143 survivors, mostly Syrians, to Malta on Saturday following what has become the second ...
migrant tragedy in the Strait of Sicily in just over a week. (October 12)
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Floriana, Malta - 12 October 20131. Maltese Coast Guard vessel entering harbour2. Large number of survivors sitting in stern of ship3. Two hearses and officials waiting on dockside4. Coast Guard vessel docking5. Wide of area with Coast Guard vessel tied up6. Survivors sitting on ship7. Various of survivors, some carrying young children, leaving ship and being helped to waiting buses8. Police carSTORYLINE: A Maltese Coast Guard ship brought 143 survivors, mostly Syrians, to Malta on Saturday following what has become the second migrant tragedy in the Strait of Sicily in just over a week. Their boat capsized about 65 miles (105 kilometres) southeast of the Italian island Lampedusa. At least 34 people drowned. But a joint Italian-Malta operation rescued nearly 200 people after the Italian Coast Guard received a distress call via satellite phone from the boat. The accidents have sharpened calls for humanitarian corridors to allow safe passage of refugees fleeing war and repression. Some 30,100 migrants arrived in Italy and Malta in the first nine months of 2013, compared with 15,000 in all of 2012, according to the UN refugee agency. Most are characterised as asylum seekers, fleeing civil war in Syria or repression and mandatory conscription in Eritrea, unlike the waves of economic migrants a decade ago. The latest shipwreck comes eight days after a trawler packed with 500 Eritreans capsized and sank within sight of the Italian island of Lampedusa. Just 155 people survived; 339 bodies have been recovered..