German sailors work round the clock to rescue migrants

Migrants, mainly from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal and Sierra Leone, wait to be rescued at sea and transported to the German navy frigate ship Werra on September 27, 2015On the hunt for people-smugglers in the Mediterranean, a German navy ship is sailing off the coast of Libya when it gets a report of an unidentified boat adrift. It proves a false alarm — just a Libyan fishing boat that didn’t answer initial radio calls. Salam Sayed, a German soldier of Egyptian origin, speaks to them in Arabic and all is back in order.

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