Credits: Info Migrants

More than 100 people rescued from the Mediterranean by the NGO ship Sea-Eye 4 have disembarked in Naples. Also on board were the dead bodies of two migrants; a third died after being evacuated from the ship.

In the southern Italian city of Naples 105 people rescued from the central Mediterranean have been disembarked, the Sea-Eye organization announced Tuesday. The migrants had been rescued in two operations on Friday night. Those on the first boat had gone six days without food and water. Angelika Leist, from the organization German Doctors, said they were in very poor health.

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