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Dozens of migrants drown off Tunisia coast after leaving Libya

Reuters Friday, 10 May 2019
At least 50 migrants drowned on Friday when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the Tunisian coast after they had left Libya hoping to reach Europe, the United Nations migration agency said.
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