A total of 95 migrants were rescued by the Italian Guardia di Finanza vessel G118 while traveling on two small boats. The first boat carried 53 migrants, including 10 women, who were Syrians, Eritreans, and Sudanese and had departed from Zouara, Libya. The second boat had 42 migrants, consisting of Ethiopians, Eritreans, Syrians, and Sudanese, who had departed from Al Amra in Tunisia. Currently, there are 181 migrants staying at the Lampedusa hotspot, and there are no unaccompanied minors among them. Yesterday, 200 migrants were transferred from Lampedusa to Porto Empedocle via a ferry under the orders of the Prefecture of Agrigento.
Due sbarchi a Lampedusa, arrivati 95 migranti