A German rescue boat has picked up 44 people that were stranded off the Libyan coast.
The rescue comes a day after the same boat handed over 65 migrants to Malta.
The "Alan Kurdi" vessel operated by Sea-Eye rescued 44 migrants on Monday in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya.
⭕️BREAKING:— sea-eye (@seaeyeorg) July 8, 2019
The #AlanKurdi has rescued 44 persons from a wooden boat in cooperation with Maltese authorities.
A ship of the Maltese Navy is now on its way to take the people from the #AlanKurdi and bring them to Land. pic.twitter.com/fJhjdQsMcs
Sea-Eye wrote on Twitter that the Maltese navy had aided the rescue attempt: "The Alan Kurdi has rescued 44 persons from a wooden boat in cooperation with Maltese authorities."
The German rescue mission added: "A ship of the Maltese Navy is now on its way to take the people from the Alan Kurdi and bring them to Land."
The Maltese authorities, however, have not confirmed their participation.
On Sunday, Malta agreed to take 65 migrants who had been saved by the Alan Kurdi after Italy refused to grant the ship entry to its ports.
Italy's refusal to take in any migrants rescued by charities operating in the Mediterranean have strained relations between Rome and other EU countries.
Leo Zagami joins Alex Jones to reveal the dark forces behind the scenes in Rome who have taken over the Vatican from within.
Last month, Carola Rackete, the German captain of the ship Sea-Watch 3, transported 40 migrants to the island of Lampedusa, breaching Italian orders not to enter the port.
She is still under investigation in Italy, despite being released from house arrest last week. Italian judge Alessandra Vella ruled that the 31-year-old had not acted against the law when she refused to comply with a ban on entering Italy's territorial waters.
You can read this article as it originally appears at Deutsche Welle here.
Tommy Robinson faces being murdered in prison for the crime of reporting on pedophile rape gangs in the U.K. President Trump should offer him political asylum and take a stand for freedom of the press around the world.
(PHOTO: MATTHEW MIRABELLI/AFP/Getty Images)