A non-governmental organisation rescued 99 migrants from the Mediterranean Sea over two days.
The Sea-Watch came to the aid of the two boats after some people had fallen overboard following pushback from the Libyan Coast Guard.
A number of the passengers were injured and some had sustained fuel burns.
Onboard, aid workers found nine unaccompanied minors, three of which were very young children, and a heavily pregnant woman.
The Sea-Watch 3 vessel operates just outside the Libyan national sea zone and searches for boats in distress.
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