Ocean Viking rescued 50 people in the Mediterranean

Ocean Viking. (AP Photo/Renata Brito)
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After an eight-hour search, the Norwegian-owned ship Ocean Viking picked up 50 people in the Mediterranean, MSF reports.

Among the fifty were ten children and one infant.

They were rescued from a crowded wooden boat in what is referred to as the Maltese search and rescue area.

According to the organizations, the rescue operation took place under demanding conditions.

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