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Libya confirms it rescued 87 migrants in Mediterranean

Seattle Times Friday, 24 May 2019
CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s navy has confirmed it rescued 87 Europe-bound migrants, including six women and a child, off the country’s Mediterranean coast, following a video released by a German aid group about the disaster. Friday’s statement from the navy says the Libyan coast guards found a sinking rubber boat whose bottom had collapsed on […]
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