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Poland-Belarus: Bohoniki, a Tatar Village Witness Migrants Drama
"The situation is a shame for both migrants and for our Polish border soldiers," says the head of the village Tatar community. View on Euronews © Wojtek Radwanski / AFP Gold Licensors A migrant killed at the border was buried in the Bohoniki Bohoniki Muslim cemetery is a Tatar village located in eastern Poland, where a large Muslim community lives. This little village, usually calm, is located near the border with the Belarus, at the level of the position of Kuznica-Bruzgi.
Europe-Migrants-GB-Patel: Migrant: London will do the necessary to secure the French coast, says Patel
London (Reuters) - The British Government will do the necessary in order to secure the French coasts and to prevent migrants from risking their lives by trying to cross the Channel, said Thursday. The Minister of the Interior Prii Patel.
"I proposed cooperating with France to deploy more police officers and do absolutely everything that will be necessary to secure the area so that vulnerable people do not risk their lives up in crafts unfit in navigation," "She said in Parliament in the aftermath of the death of at least 27 migrants during an attempted crossing of the Channel from the French coast.
(report Alistair Smout, French version Marc Angrand, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)
Maryam, 24, first victim identified with the sinking of migrants in the .
Channel © @alibunkallsky / Krmanj Ezzat Dargali Maryam Nouri Mohammad Amin, on the left, with his fiance, in January 2020, and right, in Germany, in Germany November 2021. A 24-year-old Kurdish woman, native to Northern Iraq, is the first identified victim of the sinking who did 27 dead, Wednesday, in the Channel. She was trying to join her fiancé in the UK. This one, in contact with message with his future wife, attended his death almost live. Maryam Nouri Mohammad Amin dreamed of a new life.