Migrants on Maersk vessel disembarked safely on Sicily

More than 100 migrants have disembarked from ship Alexander Maersk on Sicily the night between Monday and Tuesday.

Photo: Foto: Ritzau Scanpix/ANSA via AP/Santino Galazzo

Danish container ship Alexander Mærsk has, on the night between Monday and Tuesday, returned more than 100 migrants to land in Pozzallo on Sicily, informs Maersk Group Tuesday morning CET.

The ships crew rescued 108 migrants on Friday in the waters between Libya and Malta.

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