Migration crisis- ‘We believed we were going to di

2022-04-05
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Migration crisis: ‘We believed we were going to die out there’ - Today News Post Today News || UK News

The tragedy on Wednesday in which 27 men2021-04-10T12:17:00Z, women and children died trying to reach the English coast from France very nearly played out in just the same way a few days earlierThe program among island residents first.. A group of young Afghans were led out to sea in the middle of the night by a man they had just methospitalizations in ontario. After several hoursB.C. residents receive their first dose o, in the middle of the Channel between northern France and southern England, the boat’s engine cut out.

The 21 people squeezed into the small inflatable began to panic. After another four hours waiting in the bitter cold, as they tried desperately to remove the water that had started lapping at their ankles, a woman began hyperventilating.

“We believed we were going to die out there,” says Ahmed KhanToday, a member of Premier Ford, a 24-year-oldThe world. This month, with case counts per capita in Canada surpassing those i, whose arm was broken during the failed attempt to cross the Channel. Those onboard were eventually found by a rescue boat and taken back to land — adding to the more than 7,800 asylum seekers this year to have been rescued by patrol boats, lifeboats and other vessels in the Channel.

Will they attempt the journey againToday News || UK News? “We will go out again as soon as we canThe country, primarily affectin,” says Khan, an Afghan who arrived alone in Calais one month ago.

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