More Than 400 Migrants Rescued From Coastline Of Southern Spain

More Than 400 Migrants Rescued From Coastline Of Southern Spain – in the last week 414 people have been rescued by Spanish coastguards

400 Migrants Rescued From Coastline Of Southern Spain

In the last week the Spanish coastguard has reported that 414 people have been rescued trying to enter Spain along the coastline of Andalucia.  16 boats were saved as they attempted to make the crossing from Africa to Spain.  More people than ever are trying to enter Spain from North Africa, with 6726 migrants attempting to make the journey last year.

 

So far this year, 59 migrants have died in the waters of southern Spain.  The coastguard has stepped up it’s patrols and is working hard to help those in trouble at sea.

Written by Dave James

Published: 20.06.2017

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