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No more victims at sea: humanitarian corridors against the massacres in the Mediterranean

January 28 2016

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Andrea Riccardirefugees

"Why must those that qualify for asylum, as refugees, risk their lives and the lives of their children?". Andrea Riccardi writes in “Famiglia Cristiana”

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Unfortunately, almost daily, there are reports of the shipwrecks of refugees in the Mediterranean. They are tragedies before which we can not hide behind a wall, and the creation of humanitarian corridors is seen as the only possible way to save many from the terrible journeys of death. Andrea Riccardi spoke in Famiglia Cristiana::

"We're almost used to the dead at sea. I wonder if we are moved any more, as a few months ago, by the death of Aylan, the Syrian-Kurdish child drowned in the Mediterranean. We must break the chain of deaths. Europe thinks instead..." (Keep reading)