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Naval crew took photos of us adrift at sea, says migrant | guardian.co.uk

The crew of a naval vessel took photographs of African migrants begging for help from a broken-down boat adrift on the Mediterranean but refused to offer any assistance, a survivor told the UN refugee agency.

The account, given to the UN high commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) by an Ethiopian survivor now in a Tunisian camp, confirms a Guardian report on Sunday and adds new details that make clear western military forces off the Libyan coast were well aware of the plight of the migrants they failed to help.

Read more here: Naval crew took photos of us adrift at sea, says migrant | World news | guardian.co.uk.

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