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Dead with no names: Identifying the missing migrants of the Mediterranean

By France24
23 October 2022   |   5:24 pm
Thousands of men, women and children die trying to cross the Mediterranean every year. They leave from Libya, Tunisia, Algeria or Morocco in the hope of a better existence in Europe.

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