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    International migration: The Mediterranean is the world's largest hemisphere

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    Post by Rocky Sat 25 Nov 2017, 2:37 am

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    More than 33,000 people have drowned trying to reach the shores of Europe this century, making the Mediterranean "the world's largest border area of ​​death and far behind," the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said.
    The United Nations agency said in a report on Saturday that "after the arrival of a large number of arrivals between 2014 and 2016, the agreement between the European Union and Turkey to stop the arrival of migrants through Greece and the deployment of patrols off the coast of Libya to reduce the number of immigrants significantly.
    Philippe Vargis, professor at the European University Institute in Florence and author of the report, according to Reuters, said the figures are likely to reduce the actual magnitude of the human tragedy.
    "The report says that at least 33,761 migrants have been reported dead or lost in the Mediterranean between 2000 and 2017. The figure is for the period until June 30."
    "The report concluded that the European border in the Mediterranean Sea is the world's bloodiest and by far."
    According to IOM figures, some 161,000 migrants and refugees have arrived in Europe by sea this year so far, 75 percent of them have arrived in Italy, while the rest have arrived in Greece, Cyprus and Spain, adding that about three thousand have drowned or lost.


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