Malta: The teenagers pulled from the sea and accused of terrorism
Kamin squints at the sun as he points across the harbour. "This place reminds me of the worst day of my life," he says.
It is where he was handcuffed by Maltese soldiers and led away to a maximum-security prison. He was only 15 at the time and, unknown to him, a suspected terrorist.
It was just a misunderstanding, he thought. Once everyone realised what had happened, he would be freed. But that was two years ago. Today Lamin, from Guinea in West Africa, stands accused of hijacking the ship that rescued him at sea and brought him to Europe.
This alleged act of terrorism could put him in jail for the rest of his life.