Rescuers coast of Norway has rescued 73 children from the influx of refugees aboard a fishing vessel was trying to overcome the Mediterranean to the next “domain promised land “of Europe.
According to information has been put before it, on a fishing boat sank in the Mediterranean with a total 296 refugees, including 73 children were rescuers rescued the Norwegian coast. Most of them are refugees, coming from the country of Sudan and Egypt. Norwegian rescue teams regularly patrol the waters between Libya and Italy to assist in limiting the number of refugees illegal immigrants.
Status of refugees fled to Italy growing and difficult to control. More than 25,000 refugees, mainly from Nigeria and Ethiopia, have arrived in Italy in July last, up 12% over the same period last year, data from border agencies European Union (EU) . This year, a monthly average of 1,000 children without accompanying adults flocked to Italy.
Most of the 94,000 migrants to Italy this year will use the means by sea on the fishing boats come from sub-Saharan Africa to Libya, crossed the Mediterranean to reach the “promised land” of Europe.
In a report published recently, the United Nations (UN) has warned refugee crisis risk exacerbated by issues related to children. Accordingly, more than 60 million people, half of them children, have fled the violent conflict and must be currently living in homeless refugees.
Representative Agency Criminal Police in Europe (Europol), said at least 10,000 refugee children have no relatives come are missing after arriving in Europe, and many children among them may have organizations fall into the hands of traffickers. Even more children are lured and trained by the hands of those Islamic extremists.
The presence of the rescue team has helped many children and adults who escaped the arms of death.