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At least 43 migrants drowned in shipwreck off Tunisia, while 84 were rescued, the Red Crescent said on Saturday.
The boat was carrying more than 120 migrants and they were tried to cross the Mediterranean from Libya to Italy, the Red Crescent said.
A spokesman of the Red Crescent said that 84 migrants were rescued and more than 40 others were missing after a boat carrying 127 migrants sank off the coast of Zarzis.
The boat had departed the port of Zuwara, in northwestern Libya during the night between Monday and Tuesday, he added, citing the accounts of survivors.
Tunisian defence ministry said that the rescued illegal migrants were of different nationalities, including Egypt, Eritrea, Chad, Bangladesh and Sudan.
Most of the victims of Thursday's truck crash in southern Mexico that killed at least 54 people and injured dozens more were Guatemalan migrants, authorities said on Friday. People spilled from the truck carrying an estimated 166 people after it flipped over on a curve outside the city of Tuxtla Gutierrez in the state of Chiapas.
Thousands of Africans take long, perilous journeys to Europe each year often traversing the Sahara desert and leaving the North African shores on small, inflatable boats fleeing hardship or seeking a better life. Last year, the UNHCR reported 3,077 people as dead or missing..
Dissenters expressed fears of displacement, potential security hazards and dipping tourism among other cohabitation concerns on the streets of Athens.
The MoHRE has initiated action against an employer who appointed 43 family members to circumvent Emiratisation targets and benefit from Nafis’ merits.
Demonstrators poured into the streets over the weekend in cities including Shanghai and Beijing, criticizing the policy, confronting police — and even calling for Xi to step down. Students at some universities also protested.
Russia said after Naryshkin's meeting with Burns that Moscow was open to more high-level talks with the United States, but the Kremlin dismissed the idea of a summit between President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden as "out of the question" for now.