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Migrants from Africa take more dangerous route to Europe

By Abiodun Ogundairo
10 October 2020   |   6:54 am
More African migrants have been making the dangerous journey across the Atlantic Ocean to the Canary Islands. The coronavirus pandemic has been just one factor driving the rise in arrivals.

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