On April 18, 2015, an old fishing boat with more than 800 people on board sank not far from the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean. Only 28 of them survived the shipwreck . The Italian authorities wanted to take this tragedy out of anonymity by giving the victims their names back. Taina Tervonen and Jeff Pourquié show us once again some of the consequences of European migration politics.
This story was originally published in French in La Revue Dessinée #16