Three desperate migrants jump into sea from tanker stranded off Malta

Sep 10 2020


Three migrants stranded aboard Maersk Etienne for over a month awaiting a port to disembark jumped into the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday in a sign of increasing despair on deck.

     

Malta Independent


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