Private Vessel Named After French Feminist Anarchist, Rescues Migrants In Distress In The Mediterranean

Private Vessel Named After French Feminist Anarchist, Rescues Migrants In Distress In The Mediterranean

In a recent report obtained by Mentorslinks via our tour, a private vessel named after influential Private Vessel Named After French Feminist Anarchist, is said to have rescued Migrants that are in Distress in the Mediterranean Sea.

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The British street artist Banksy has financed a boat to rescue refugees attempting to reach Europe from north Africa, the Guardian can reveal.

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The vessel, named Louise Michel after a French feminist anarchist, set off in secrecy on 18 August from the Spanish seaport of Burriana, near Valencia, and is now in the central Mediterranean where on Thursday it rescued 89 people in distress, including 14 women and four children.

It is now looking for a safe seaport to disembark the passengers or to transfer them to a European coastguard vessel.

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