MSF rescuer: 'My greatest and saddest moments'
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MSF rescuers on migrant rescue boat near Libya on why they help

The BBC has spoken with two workers on board a migrant rescue ship about why they do their jobs.

Dr Sarah Giles works with Medecins Sans Frontieres and Tony Laurent is one of the rescue staff with SOS Mediterranee. Here, they answer questions from BBC World Service and BBC Africa listeners, describing their happiest and saddest moments on board.

  • 09 Sep 2016
  • From the section World
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