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World The body of a child about 3 years old found off the Greek island of naxos

12:35  09 january  2022
12:35  09 january  2022 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  Le corps d’un enfant d’environ 3 ans retrouvé au large de l’île grecque de Naxos © Copyright 2022, the obs

the decomposed body of a child was found off the Greek island of Naxos, two weeks after two accidents involving in this area of ​​vessels carrying migrants, announced Greek coastguards.

The child, about three years old, wore a nipple hanging on a cord with pearls, a printed bib, brown and bordeaux clothes and a high-footed blue sock, stated Saturday night the coastguards in a statement. The body of the child had to be transported to the port of Piraeus in order to be the subject of an autopsy.

Thursday, four other bodies - a man, a woman and two girls - have been found, three off Naxos and the other off the neighboring island of Paros.

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On December 24, the coastguards had recovered the bodies of 16 migrants - 12 men, three women and a baby - and rescued 63 others who were aboard a ship who was shipwrecked at the Aegean Island near the island of Paros, which belongs to the archipelago of Cyclades. Party of the Turkish Western coasts, the ship was destined for Italy.

On December 23, 11 inanimate bodies had been found after the sinking of a boat with a hundred migrants on board, stranded the same day on an island north of the island of Antichthère south of Peloponnese. Some 90 survivors, including 11 women and 27 children, had been rescued by coastguards.

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and the day before, on December 22, the capsizing of a pneumatic canoe carrying migrants and refugees off the Ile de Folegandros, also in southern Greece, had also made at least three dead. Thirteen people, mainly Iraqis, Syrians and Egyptians, had been rescued.

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