The Maltese Government has issued an expression of interest for a vessel on which to quarantine immigrants.
At that point in time, the MV Marina was en route from Sfax to Malta Freeport Terminal in Marsaxlokk. She was scheduled to discharge 265 containers in Malta and load 253 containers to be taken to Sousse.
Two different persons who are ready to welcome immigrants into their homes will speak out during Newsbook Hour on the radio station 103 Malta’s Heart on Saturday between 9am and 10am.
If the current situation due to the coronavirus pandemic is akin to war, then it is no surprise that truth is the first casualty.
500 medics sign letter to PM
Greece has repulsed nearly 35,000 migrants trying to cross onto its territory illegally since Turkey opened its border nearly a week ago, government sources said on Thursday, as it prepares to deport hundreds of others who made it through.
Archbishop Charles Scicluna said that Malta’s cultural heritage ought to teach us to treat others with dignity, particularly immigrants who must suffer slavery until they once again regain their freedom.
In a series of Tweets, the NGO explained how at 4.52pm they received a call by someone in distress on a boat in the port of Tripoli. The person explained how around 65 immigrants onboard a boat were refusing to disembark in Tripoli. “We know they will put us in prison. The Libyans already shot a man and threw his body in the water,” the immigrant said to Alarm Phone.