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Is saving lives at sea, a crime?

Is saving lives at sea, a crime?
By Aristea from Solomon • Issue #50 • View online

Σερβία: «Δεν υπάρχει τιμή να μας αποζημιώσει για τη μόλυνση του αέρα και της γης» [Greek content]
Σερβία: Πράσινο κύμα σε μολυσμένη γη [Greek content]
Asylum seeker father faces 10 years in Greek jail for son’s death
We are all incredibly happy! 🥳

Today, N. was acquitted of all charges and Hasan was sentenced to 1 year and 5 months on probation!

The #Samos2 are free!
AYS Special from Greece: 43 Million Euros for no water
6 survivors jumped off #GeoBarents this morning out of desperation after the 11 days of unjustifiable waiting since the first rescue. Yesterday, the Italian authorities halted the disembarkation half way through without explanation. @Viminale @guardiacostiera
Sea-Watch International
On Saturday, the trial against 21 sea rescuers starts in Sicily, 4 of them have been part of the @IuventaCrew. While #Europe did not fulfill its duty to rescue, they saved hundreds of people from distress at sea. Now they are on trial as defendants and face 20 years in prison.
How rescuing drowning migrants became a crime
Solidarity on trial in Europe
Greece: Population Movement 24 Month Operation Update
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