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Malta rescues migrants

A group of 112 North African migrants was rescued from a sinking dinghy and landed in Malta supervised by troops in protective clothing against...

Migrant boat missing off Spain

Spanish rescue services are searching for at least 20 people missing from a migrant boat found adrift in the Mediterranean after a passenger ferry...

Burkina Faso hostages rescued

French commandos rescued four foreign hostages including two French citizens from a militant group in Burkina Faso, France’s military said, adding two elite soldiers...

15 Squadron integral part of rescue technician training

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The only SA Air Force (SAAF) helicopter squadron on the east coast – 15 in Durban – recently provided airborne platforms for...

Life and death off the Libyan shoreline

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The wreck of the raft was a dot on the sea but as our rescue boat approached we saw a woman make...

Major migrant rescue in Mediterranean

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Almost 400 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean at the weekend as they attempted to cross from Morocco to Spain, Spanish rescue...

Migrant rescue vessel back at sea after international dispute

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The migrant rescue ship Aquarius, at the centre of a dispute between Italy and Malta in June after both refused to accept...

Libyan coastguard in major migrant rescue

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Libyan coastguards picked up 948 African migrants on inflatable boats in several operations and recovered 10 bodies officials and a witness at...

Hundreds of migrants rescued in the Mediterranean

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Spanish coast guards rescued nearly 600 migrants trying to make the perilous crossing from Africa while off the coast of Libya coastguards...

More than 900 migrants rescued by Spain

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Spain's coast guard rescued 933 migrants and found four dead bodies in the Mediterranean at the weekend as the country prepared for...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...