Sahara Crossings | 16 June 2015

The discovery Monday (15/6) of the remains of 30 migrants in Dirkou, northeast of Niger’s Agadez crossroads brings to 48 the total of dead migrants found in the Sahara this week, adding to the growing death toll of migrants from Africa and Middle East believed to have perished this year in attempts to reach Europe.

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