African migrants turn to deadly sea route as options narrow

African migrants turn to deadly sea route as options narrow

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 3/12/2018
This year has seen a spike in African migrants sailing small wooden boats 1000 miles to the Canary Islands as the European Union and African nations cut off land routes to Italy through Libya, Niger and Algeria. Migrants say the deadly passage is one of the only viable options (...)
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