“They were captured by the Libyans,” he wrote on social media Alarm Phone, the emergency number for sea rescue, referring to migrants who drifted into the night while trying to reach Europe. The intervention of the Mediterranea Saving Humans, the Libyan Coast Guard preceded her and brought all migrants back on the boat. Once on the Libyan shore, the migrants were released after landing, said the IOM head of mission in Libya, Federico Soda, adding that in the last 48 hours there have been more than 300 people reported in Libya. “While our staff provide emergency assistance at the time of disembarkation and during detention, the safety of these people cannot be guaranteed. Many end up in the same abuse cycle“, Said Soda, for this reason” nobody should be sent back to Libya “.