Aircraft carrier left us to die, say migrants

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  1. A.V.

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    Dozens of African migrants were left to die in the Mediterranean after a number of European military units apparently ignored their cries for help, the Guardian has learned. Two of the nine survivors claim this included a Nato ship.

    A boat carrying 72 passengers, including several women, young children and political refugees, ran into trouble in late March after leaving Tripoli for the Italian island of Lampedusa. Despite alarms being raised with the Italian coastguard and the boat making contact with a military helicopter and a warship, no rescue effort was attempted.

    All but 11 of those on board died from thirst and hunger after their vessel was left to drift in open waters for 16 days.


    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011...ibyan-migrants
     
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  3. Dark_Prince

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    Not the job of European nations to feed failed Islamic nations (who have thrown/killed/converted all non-muslims in a brutal fashion and now want to leave their own created islamic hells) and change EUdemographics, and turn EU into another north Africa type Islamic shythoile! No Ways Sirs No Ways!
     
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    Exactly not their job but a moral duty to save the dying children and other companions.
     
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    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    100% Agree..

    Though this is nothing new abt NATO, This happened before in Africa..
     

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