Around Spain’s Canary Islands, a dingy drowning with 59 passengers also claimed the lives of four women and a newborn.
Almost 39 people were killed in the dinghy sinking incident. This incident occurred near Spain’s Canary Islands, per the news of the Spanish NGO walking borders.
The most recent report confirmed that almost 39 people were killed in the new atrocity in the Atlantic. Also, a baby and four women were killed in this incident, according to the most recent information on Twitter by Helena Maleno.
Also, she mentioned that the boat was in the Maritime boundaries for almost 12 hours, and the people were asking for help.
In addition, the 59 people were in the dinghy that left Agadir, Morocco, for Spain, per the NGO Alarm phone news. Also, they tried to connect with Morocco’s Marine Royal but were unlucky; they could only access them for part of the night.
Furthermore, according to Spanish Marin rescue organization information, the Moroccan-red rescue team rescued 59 passengers of the dinghy after 24 attempts that were made almost 141 Km Southeast of Gran Canaria Island.
However, via the Canarian-packed boat, thousands of refugees and migrants tried to reach Spain, and people from the African countries Sub-Saharan tried to get to Spain.
But while passing from the Atlantic route is considered deadly, most of those seeking refugees in Spain cannot survive after facing poverty and problems.
In 2022, the International Organization for Immigration IMO reported that almost 2556 people died on their way to Europe. In addition, on the Western Africa and Atlantic route to Spain, nearly 1126 people lost their lives on this route.
Almost 260 people were trying to reach Spain via Western Mediterranean. This is the International Organisation for Migration report published in January. There are many risks along with the South African Atlantic remain, dangers are part of this, and in 2022, 45 shipwrecks were recorded on this route, resulting in the death of 500 plus migrants.
Furthermore, to manage the migrants along with the Atlantic and Mediterranean routes, the European Commission shared its plan to handle this situation. Unlike non-EU countries, this plan involves coordinating migration and smuggling management with Morocco.
The European Union, however, has come under fire from the NGOs and other organizations like human rights organizations for often paying no heed to the death of refugees and migrants trying to enter European countries.
Almost a week ago, a bad incident happened near the southern Greece coast; a boat capsized and sank. In this incident, many people are missing, and 78 dead.
On World’s Refugee Day, a letter was published, and almost 180 human proper organizations mentioned that “
The European Union and its related states have demonstrated little will to learn from the past incidents, look into the past few years, and end the Mediterranean’s deaths.
Pointing towards the bloc’s most recent migratory agreement to discuss the asylum procedure, they claimed they were intensifying their lethal lockdown measures instead.
The civilian search and rescue activities legislation, systematic push and pullbacks, and rescue delay the omission; the connection with the unstable nations to externalize the European border and carry out the deportation are all condemned by the activists and the companies they counted.

Following a dinghy sinking near the Canary Islands, numerous people perish.

Around Spain’s Canary Islands, a dingy drowning with 59 passengers also claimed the lives of four women and a newborn.
Almost 39 people were killed in the dinghy sinking incident. This incident occurred near Spain’s Canary Islands, per the news of the Spanish NGO walking borders.
The most recent report confirmed that almost 39 people were killed in the new atrocity in the Atlantic. Also, a baby and four women were killed in this incident, according to the most recent information on Twitter by Helena Maleno.
Also, she mentioned that the boat was in the Maritime boundaries for almost 12 hours, and the people were asking for help.
In addition, the 59 people were in the dinghy that left Agadir, Morocco, for Spain, per the NGO Alarm phone news. Also, they tried to connect with Morocco’s Marine Royal but were unlucky; they could only access them for part of the night.
Furthermore, according to Spanish Marin rescue organization information, the Moroccan-red rescue team rescued 59 passengers of the dinghy after 24 attempts that were made almost 141 Km Southeast of Gran Canaria Island.
However, via the Canarian-packed boat, thousands of refugees and migrants tried to reach Spain, and people from the African countries Sub-Saharan tried to get to Spain.
But while passing from the Atlantic route is considered deadly, most of those seeking refugees in Spain cannot survive after facing poverty and problems.
In 2022, the International Organization for Immigration IMO reported that almost 2556 people died on their way to Europe. In addition, on the Western Africa and Atlantic route to Spain, nearly 1126 people lost their lives on this route.
Almost 260 people were trying to reach Spain via Western Mediterranean. This is the International Organisation for Migration report published in January. There are many risks along with the South African Atlantic remain, dangers are part of this, and in 2022, 45 shipwrecks were recorded on this route, resulting in the death of 500 plus migrants.
Furthermore, to manage the migrants along with the Atlantic and Mediterranean routes, the European Commission shared its plan to handle this situation. Unlike non-EU countries, this plan involves coordinating migration and smuggling management with Morocco.
The European Union, however, has come under fire from the NGOs and other organizations like human rights organizations for often paying no heed to the death of refugees and migrants trying to enter European countries.
Almost a week ago, a bad incident happened near the southern Greece coast; a boat capsized and sank. In this incident, many people are missing, and 78 dead.
On World’s Refugee Day, a letter was published, and almost 180 human proper organizations mentioned that “
The European Union and its related states have demonstrated little will to learn from the past incidents, look into the past few years, and end the Mediterranean’s deaths.
Pointing towards the bloc’s most recent migratory agreement to discuss the asylum procedure, they claimed they were intensifying their lethal lockdown measures instead.
The civilian search and rescue activities legislation, systematic push and pullbacks, and rescue delay the omission; the connection with the unstable nations to externalize the European border and carry out the deportation are all condemned by the activists and the companies they counted.

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