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Everywhere you look there are faces: excited, expectant, nervous, terrified. Hundreds of people, fleeing the poverty of Africa for a new life in Europe - and this, remember, is just one boat''
Truly, it is an image of almost Biblical desperation, both disturbing and moving. From above, we see a boat ploughing through the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Every inch of the deck is packed with humanity.
Everywhere you look there are faces: excited, expectant, nervous, terrified. Hundreds of people, fleeing the poverty of Africa for a new life in Europe — and this, remember, is just one boat.
The picture, taken earlier this month, showing a flimsy craft carrying immigrants towards the coast of Italy, could have been shot at almost any time in the past few years.
Every day, rickety boats set out from North Africa, carrying people who have made the long, desperate journey from the war-torn deserts of Libya and Sudan.
It is this, not the long, silent queues at Heathrow, that is the real picture of 21st-century immigration.
A torrent of people pouring north towards what they see as the sanctuary of the European Union, driven by a longing for peace, for prosperity, for better lives for themselves and their children — the most basic human desires of all.
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