Migrants rescued from Motril seas

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COASTGUARDS rescued 33 African migrants, four of them female, from 67 miles south of Motril on Friday (November 13) after the dinghy they were trying to cross the Mediterranean in began to sink.

COASTGUARDS rescued 33 African migrants, four of them female, from 67 miles south of Motril on Friday (November 13) after the dinghy they were trying to cross the Mediterranean in began to sink.

The dinghy was found by the Cazadora Navy ship, which was called in to join Hamal lifeboat and sea rescue aircraft on the search when the dinghy was reported missing.

The group arrived at Motril port at about 9pm and received first aid and food from the Red Cross on the docks before being taken to a National Police centre, from where the authorities reported they would be sent home again.

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