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US News Vietnam offers loans to grieving families to return 39 bodies found dead in Britain

06:35  19 november  2019
06:35  19 november  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Grieving families in Vietnam have been offered loans to cover the costs of repatriating their loved ones bodies in the wake of the Essex lorry incident, the BBC has learnt. Some relatives told the BBC they have been approached by the Vietnamese authorities with consent forms. These gave them the

Vietnam ’s Embassy in London confirmed that it had received requests from some Vietnamese families asking for help in verifying whether their relatives In 2000, 58 Chinese migrants were found dead in a refrigerated truck in Dover, Britain ’s busiest port. The authorities said they had asphyxiated in the

a truck is parked in front of a building: The driver is under arrest on suspicion of murder; authorities believe the vehicle entered the U.K. from Bulgaria. © FoxNews.com The driver is under arrest on suspicion of murder; authorities believe the vehicle entered the U.K. from Bulgaria.

Loans are being offered loans to the families 39 Vietnamese citizens who were found dead in a refrigerated truck last month in the United Kingdom to repatriate the bodies to Vietnam.

Some relatives told the BBC they have been approached by Vietnamese authorities offering the option of taking out a government loan of up to $2,840 or paying the cost of repatriation themselves.

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The families had already paid upwards of $50,000 to smuggle the victims into the United Kingdom, according to BBC.

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Though the authorities in Britain have not yet identified the bodies , the families in Vietnam are treating the The authorities in Vietnam have received requests for help from 14 families who say their relatives went Rather than return to Japan, Ms. Pham decided she could earn more in Britain .

[Update: U.K. police have identified all 39 people found dead in a truck in Essex.] The refrigerated container was found last week in an industrial The Essex Police said they initially believed the victims were from China, but grieving families in Northern Vietnam have said they feared that missing

"We already had to borrow so much money, we had to mortgage what we had. I don't even know if we can borrow anymore," said Pham Ngoc Tuan, brother of one of the victims.

HA TINH, VIETNAM - OCTOBER 28: Family members and neighbours of Pham Thi Tra My, believed to be one of the 39 people found dead in a refrigerated truck in Britain, attend a praying ceremony with Buddhist monks in front of a makeshift shrine made for Pham Thi Tra My at her house on October 28, 2019 in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. A lorry was discovered early Wednesday morning in Waterglade Industrial Park on Eastern Avenue in the town of Grays. Authorities said they believed the lorry originated in Bulgaria and entered the country at Holyhead on October 19. The suspected driver was arrested in connection with the investigation. (Photo by Linh Pham/Getty Images) © 2019 Getty Images HA TINH, VIETNAM - OCTOBER 28: Family members and neighbours of Pham Thi Tra My, believed to be one of the 39 people found dead in a refrigerated truck in Britain, attend a praying ceremony with Buddhist monks in front of a makeshift shrine made for Pham Thi Tra My at her house on October 28, 2019 in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. A lorry was discovered early Wednesday morning in Waterglade Industrial Park on Eastern Avenue in the town of Grays. Authorities said they believed the lorry originated in Bulgaria and entered the country at Holyhead on October 19. The suspected driver was arrested in connection with the investigation. (Photo by Linh Pham/Getty Images)

Messages to the Vietnamese consulate in London from Fox News were not immediately returned.

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LONDON — The 39 people found dead in a refrigerated truck trailer in southeastern England were believed to be Chinese citizens, the police said on Thursday, shedding new light on what appeared to be the latest case of human trafficking leading to tragedy.

The bodies of 39 people have been found in a lorry trailer in Essex. The vehicle was found shortly Essex Police said the trailer has been moved to a secure location where the bodies of those inside - a 2015: Two migrants were found dead in a wooden crate in a warehouse in Branston, Staffordshire.

The bodies -- 31 men and eight women --  were discovered inside a truck in Essex, about 25 miles east of London, on Oct. 23. Two drivers have been charged with manslaughter and suspects in Vietnam's Ha Tinh province have also been taken into custody.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson signs a book of condolence during a visit to Thurrock Council Offices in Thurrock, east of London on October 28, 2019, following the October 23, 2019, discovery of 39 bodies concealed in a lorry. - British police investigating the deaths of 39 people in a refrigerated truck charged the driver on Saturday with manslaughter and people trafficking, as families in Vietnam expressed fear their loved ones were among the dead. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau / POOL / AFP) (Photo by STEFAN ROUSSEAU/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson signs a book of condolence during a visit to Thurrock Council Offices in Thurrock, east of London on October 28, 2019, following the October 23, 2019, discovery of 39 bodies concealed in a lorry. - British police investigating the deaths of 39 people in a refrigerated truck charged the driver on Saturday with manslaughter and people trafficking, as families in Vietnam expressed fear their loved ones were among the dead. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau / POOL / AFP) (Photo by STEFAN ROUSSEAU/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

The truck's container was registered in Bulgaria and entered Britain via ferry after leaving the Belgian port of Zeebrugge.

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Image caption The families of Pham Thi Tra My and Nguyen Dinh Luong are concerned they may be among Three people arrested in connection with the deaths of 39 people found dead inside a lorry in Since the bodies were discovered on Wednesday, several families in Vietnam have expressed

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