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How many of the 1500 asylum seeker lives lost at sea since 2001 could have been saved?
Zahra (6), Fatima (7) and Eman (9) - the daughters of Sondos Ismail and Ahmed Alzalimi -  three of the 146 children who lost their lives when the vessel that has become known as SIEVX foundered in international waters en route to Christmas Island on 19 October 2001.
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Remembering Those Who Lost Their Lives On SIEVX

22 July 2002

The first anniversary of the SIEVX tragedy is fast approaching. A number of groups involved in the Refugees Rights Movement are planning action and events to commemorate the 353 who drowned when SIEVX foundered and sank in International waters on 19 October 2001. If you know of any other actions planned please contact SIEVX.com with the details...

From Green Left Weekly

  • The Illawarra Refugee Action Collective (RAC) is calling on the Refugees' Rights Movement to take action to mark the anniversary of this tragedy on the weekend of October 19-20. Let's highlight our ongoing solidarity with refugees and our disgust at the government's appalling treatment of asylum seekers. FULL REPORT

 

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