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Drama at sea, drama on stage - Times of Malta's pictures of the week

30 July-05 August 2015

Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.

The second of three €13 million helicopters to be used for border control is inaugurated at the Armed Forces Air Wing on July 30. Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela said the government had spent more than €60 million on the Air Wing so far this legislature. Photo: Matthew MirabelliThe second of three €13 million helicopters to be used for border control is inaugurated at the Armed Forces Air Wing on July 30. Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela said the government had spent more than €60 million on the Air Wing so far this legislature. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A van driver has a lucky escape after he lost control of his vehicle, crashing into the metal barrier of the overpass linking the Mriehel and Marsa Hamrun bypasses on July 30. The man walked away with slight injuries, but the blocked overpass left hundreds of drivers in a tailback. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA van driver has a lucky escape after he lost control of his vehicle, crashing into the metal barrier of the overpass linking the Mriehel and Marsa Hamrun bypasses on July 30. The man walked away with slight injuries, but the blocked overpass left hundreds of drivers in a tailback. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

PN deputy leader Beppe Fenech Adami speaks during a press conference at PN Headquarters on July 30. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPN deputy leader Beppe Fenech Adami speaks during a press conference at PN Headquarters on July 30. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Sub-Saharan migrants sit on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiSub-Saharan migrants sit on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Sub-Saharan migrants sit on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiSub-Saharan migrants sit on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A Sub-Saharan migrant reaches out for sandals being distributed by Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations MSF and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA Sub-Saharan migrant reaches out for sandals being distributed by Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations MSF and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A Sub-Saharan migrant is medically examined by an Italian health official after disembarking from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA Sub-Saharan migrant is medically examined by an Italian health official after disembarking from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A Sub-Saharan migrant is medically examined by an Italian health official after disembarking from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA Sub-Saharan migrant is medically examined by an Italian health official after disembarking from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix in Vibo Valentia, Italy on July 31. 195 migrants who were rescued off Libya on Wednesday arrived in Italy on Friday afternoon. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) medics examine a semi-conscious migrant who was brought onto the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations MSF and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMedecins san Frontiere (MSF) medics examine a semi-conscious migrant who was brought onto the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations MSF and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants react after boarding the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants react after boarding the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants on a rubber dinghy wait to be rescued by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants on a rubber dinghy wait to be rescued by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant, who has just been rescued, prays on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) whilst being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant, who has just been rescued, prays on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) whilst being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant, who has just been rescued, prays on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) whilst being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant, who has just been rescued, prays on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) whilst being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants reach out to grab hold of Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) rescuers on a RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya, August 3, 2015. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants reach out to grab hold of Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) rescuers on a RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya, August 3, 2015. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants reach out to grab hold of Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) rescuers on a RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants reach out to grab hold of Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) rescuers on a RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants are helped to cross from their rubber dinghy to a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants are helped to cross from their rubber dinghy to a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant jumps from a rubber dinghy to a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant jumps from a rubber dinghy to a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (Rigid-hulled inflatable boat) before being taken to the MOAS ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Tunisian fishermen retrieve a rubber dinghy to take its outboard engine after 118 migrants were rescued from it by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiTunisian fishermen retrieve a rubber dinghy to take its outboard engine after 118 migrants were rescued from it by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued from a rubber dinghy off Libya on Monday morning. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) carrying rescued migrants approaches the Italian Coast Guard Vessel Oreste Corsi off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) carrying rescued migrants approaches the Italian Coast Guard Vessel Oreste Corsi off the coast of Libya on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Rescued migrants rest on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa, on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiRescued migrants rest on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa, on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Offshore oil platforms are seen at the Bouri Oil Field off the coast of Libya on August 3. Oil prices lurched 5 percent lower on Monday to their lowest since January, taking global benchmark Brent below $50 a barrel as weak factory activity in China deepened a commodity-wide rout. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiOffshore oil platforms are seen at the Bouri Oil Field off the coast of Libya on August 3. Oil prices lurched 5 percent lower on Monday to their lowest since January, taking global benchmark Brent below $50 a barrel as weak factory activity in China deepened a commodity-wide rout. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Rescued migrants on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix look out at the Bouri Oil Field between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa, at sunset on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiRescued migrants on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix look out at the Bouri Oil Field between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa, at sunset on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Rescued migrants stand on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiRescued migrants stand on the deck of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. 118 migrants were rescued by the Phoenix from a rubber dinghy some 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Maestro Steve Mercurio conducts the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierMaestro Steve Mercurio conducts the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Italian/American Composer and conductor Steve Mercurio directs the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierItalian/American Composer and conductor Steve Mercurio directs the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Joseph Calleja sings at the Luxol grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierJoseph Calleja sings at the Luxol grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Tenor Joseph Calleja takes centre stage on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierTenor Joseph Calleja takes centre stage on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

World famous tenor Joseph Calleja welcomes Anastacia on stage at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierWorld famous tenor Joseph Calleja welcomes Anastacia on stage at the Luxol Grounds on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Part of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierPart of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra at the Joseph Calleja Concert on August 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Valletta on August 5. Photo: Chris Sant FournierValletta on August 5. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

The St Paul’s Choral Society work their vocal chords at the undercroft of the St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in Valletta on August 5. Photo: Chris Sant FournierThe St Paul’s Choral Society work their vocal chords at the undercroft of the St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in Valletta on August 5. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Rescued migrants climb onto an Italian Coast Guard vessel from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. Some 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy around 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiRescued migrants climb onto an Italian Coast Guard vessel from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. Some 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy around 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Rescued migrants stand in an Italian Coast Guard vessel after transferring from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. Some 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy around 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiRescued migrants stand in an Italian Coast Guard vessel after transferring from the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa on August 3. Some 118 migrants were rescued by the MOAS ship MV Phoenix from a rubber dinghy around 32 kilometres off the coast of Libya on Monday morning. The Phoenix, manned by personnel from international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS, is the first privately funded vessel to operate in the Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A crew member on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix uses binoculars during a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA crew member on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix uses binoculars during a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Crew members on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix pause for a moment of reflection at dusk during a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiCrew members on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix pause for a moment of reflection at dusk during a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

The Italian Coast Guard vessel Michele Fiorillo takes part in a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiThe Italian Coast Guard vessel Michele Fiorillo takes part in a search for missing migrants after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

The sun sets over the area where a search for missing migrants was taking place after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiThe sun sets over the area where a search for missing migrants was taking place after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on August 5. A boat packed with up to 700 African migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Wednesday and many were feared dead, officials and aid agencies said. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA scene from the play Faith, Hope u Charity which revolves around three young people caught in the terrible tragedy of war at Fort St Elmo on July 31. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

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