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Watch: "The Mediterranean must not become a cemetery" '" Archbishop Scicluna



In April 2015, a single shipwreck claimed the lives of over 800 people fleeing Libya. Only 28 survivors were found, with the exact death toll impossible to determine. 24 recovered bodies were brought to Malta and laid to rest in an unmarked plot at Addolorata Cemetery. On Wednesday, Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna prayed over the ['"]


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