Entertainment a child abducted by her father found at the bottom of the ocean, Spain in shock

16:20  11 june  2021
16:20  11 june  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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The body of a 6 year old girl removed with her little sister by their father was discovered off the Spanish island From Tenerife after weeks of research, providing a wave of emotion in Spain.

  Une enfant enlevée par son père retrouvée au fond de l'océan, l'Espagne sous le choc © Patrick Frilet / Sipa

The body of a 6-year-old girl removed with his little sister by their father was discovered off the Spanish Island of Tenerife after weeks of research, aroused a wave of emotion in Spain . Olivia, 6, and his sister Anna, one year, were missing since the end of April on the island of the Canaries Archipelago after sending a last post "goodbye" of their father, also disappeared , to their mother, of which he was separated, told AFP a spokesman for the Civil Guard. The day after their disappearance, a boat belonging to the father and a car seat used by Anna had been found to drift off Tenerife, bringing the authorities to start research in the area.

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until a body found Thursday at the bottom of the ocean is identified as that of Little Olivia, confirmed this spokesman at AFP. The authorities continue to search Anna and his father off the island located in the Atlantic Ocean near the coasts of northwestern Africa. The announcement of the discovery of Olivia's Corps - 1,000 meters deep in a sacred bag by the anchor of the father's boat, according to the media - aroused a great wave of emotion in the country.

"I can not imagine the pain of the mother of the little Anna and Olivia"

"I can not imagine the pain of the mother of the small Anna and Olivia, missing in Tenerife, facing the terrible news that we have just learned" , lamented the Premier Socialist Spanish Pedro Sanchez Thursday night on Twitter. "There are no words to accompany Beatriz (the name of the mother of the two daughters) in this moment of terrible pain. This violence against mothers to hit where it hurts is a question of state" The Minister of Equality said on his side, Irene Montero, a member of the Radical Left Party Podemos. In Spain, 39 minors were murdered by their fathers or by the companions or ex-companions of their mother since 2013, according to the government's figures on gender violence.

Several feminist collectives have summoned Friday night events in several cities in Spain to denounce this crime as well as an upsurgence of femicides since the beginning of the year in the country, which is in the forensic in the fight against machine violence in Europe.

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