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Gérer les dépouilles des migrants

Tripoli Red Crescent teams salvage another body, distorted and bloated by days floating in the sea water
(Mohamed Ben Khalifa/IRIN)

Depuis le début de l’année, 2 860 migrants seraient morts en Méditerranée après avoir pris la mer à bord d’une embarcation de passeurs depuis les côtes libyennes, direction l’Italie. Les bénévoles du Croissant-Rouge libyen, dont les ressources sont très limitées, se retrouvent à devoir prendre en charge les corps gonflés, en décomposition, que l’eau charrie jusqu’au rivage.

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