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Wednesday, 10 February 2016
The Turkish coast guard on Monday reportedly rescued 188 migrants, including Afghans, trying to reach Greece on rubber dinghies in two separate incidents. Reuters reported that the Turkish coast guard said in a statement that its units rescued 66 migrants from Pakistan, Myanmar and Afghanistan of...
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