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Search and Rescue: A necessary presence in the Mediterranean as long as people are drowning

Search and Rescue: A necessary presence in the Mediterranean as long as people are drowning

This blog series first appeared on the Border Criminologies blog, and is re-posted here. Kyrre Lind is a field worker and spokesperson and Head of program department MSF Norway. This is the fourth instalment of the themed series on the humanitarian Search and Rescue, from the Nordic perspective.  Last night when I wrote this piece, the search and […]