US News USA-Stopping Searches for 34 migrants alleged off the Florida
Ukraine: the leader of American diplomacy in Europe to avoid climbing
© AP - Alex Brandon The US Secretary of State for his departure for Ukraine, January 18, 2022. The Head of American Diplomacy Antony Blinken goes on Wednesday in Kiev, before Berlin then Geneva Friday, where he will meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov. "We are at a stage where Russia can launch an attack in Ukraine at any time," said Tuesday the spokesman for the White House Jen Psaki, speaking of an "extremely dangerous situation".
USA-Immigration / Florida (photo): USA-Stop research of 34 migrants alleged off Florida
Miami, January 28 (Reuters) - American coast guard ended Thursday to research operations carried out for three days off Florida to find 34 people missing after the capsizing of their boat, in what the authorities consider as an attempt to illegally enter the United States. United from the Bahamas.
This announcement was made at nightfall, a few hours after the discovery of four additional corpses with five the number of victims confirmed in the incident.
A single survivor has been rescued, Tuesday morning, when a tug has seen the latter hanging on the boat so almost completely submerged. None of the 40 people on board were equipped with a rescue vest, said this survivor.
The fortune boat left Saturday night the Bimini Islands, the Bahamas, located about 80 kilometers east of Miami, and capsized the next morning because of strong currents.
According to the US Department of Homeland Security, the boat would be illegally migrants. The nationality of people on board was not communicated. (Report Brian Ellsworth, with Brendan O'Brien to Chicago and Steve Gorman in Los Angeles; French version Jean Terzian)
A traffic of migrants between West Africa and Europe dismantled in Niger .
© AFP / Issouf Sanogo Migrants leave the city of Agadez to join Libya to try to reach Europe. (Illustration Image June 2015) This is the result of ten days of joint investigation by Nigerian, French and Spanish policies. Twenty people were arrested in Niamey and Maradi, according to the Nigerian police. Objects and false documents have also been seized. Photos, published by Nigerian media, for example show license plates and identity documents.