US News The bodies of 25 migrants found off Yemen
The bodies of 25 migrants found off Yemen
© - US Coast Guard / AFP "Fishermen found 25 bodies in the sea", near the Strait of Bab Al-Mandeb and Djibouti, Jalil Ahmed Ali said (Image of illustration). fishermen found Monday, June 14 at least 25 migrants who were apparently trying to reach Yemen in the hope of joining the rich Gulf States, announced a local Yemenite official at AFP.
A Local Yemeni liable indicates on Monday, June 14 that the boat on which were the 25 migrants found dead, "overthrew two days ago and carried between 160 and 200 people." The fate of other passengers is not known.
Fishermen found this Monday, June 14 at least 25who apparently tried to reach the in the hope of joining the rich Gulf States, announced a local Yemeni lead manager at AFP.
Fishermen found 25 bodies in the sea, near the Strait of Bab Al-Mandeb and, said Jalil Ahmed Ali, adding that the
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boat had spilled two days ago and transported between 160 and transport between 160 and 200 people. The fate of other people is not known.
The circumstances of the sinking remain to clarify
the International Organization for Migration (IOM) confirmed to the AFP the sinking of a boat in this area, stating that the exact circumstances of the accident were unclear.
The boat flowed near the ribs of Ras Al-Ara, in the region of Lahj (south), a zone nicknamed the hell of migrants by NGOs.
Despite the conflict that ravages Yemen, clandestine migrations continue, from Ethiopia in particular.
We found 25 bodies (migrants) who drowned when a boat carrying dozens of them sank to the Yemeni ribs, told one of the fishermen at AFP.
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the rich oil countries of the Gulf, such as Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates, host a large foreign workforce from the Indian or African subcontinent.
In recent months, dozens of migrants died in the Strait of Bab Al-Mandeb which separates Djibouti from Yemen, a major road for international trade but also migration and trafficking in human beings.
blocked in Yemen at war, many migrants also make the opposite path. In April, at least 42 migrants died off Djibouti after their boat, from Yemen, capsized, according to IOM.
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