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Descriere: epa07157367 Person in charge of the cemetery of San Paulino Pedro Alvarez points at the niche of Samuel, a migrant boy who drown in the Strait of Gibraltar along with his mother, at the cemetery of San Paulino in Barbate, province of Cadiz, southern Spain, 11 November 2018 (issued 12 November 2018). The bodies of 30 migrants who lost their lives while trying to reach Spanish territory by crossing the Strait are buried in this cemetery of Barbate, and only two of them rest with their names on their graves since the major part of them were not identified either claimed for their repatriation. The migrant crisis in the Strait has taken the cemetery of San Paulino to study the regrouping of the mortal remains of the migrants in a same grave, what according to Pedro Alvarez, responds to a matter of capacity because the migrant situation will never stop and the cemetery requires more capability for the rest of inhabitants. EPA/ROMAN RIOS
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ID fotografie: 11735202
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: BARBATE - Spain
Dimensiune: 5472 x 3648 px
Realizat: 2018-11-11
Introdus: 2018-11-11 11:21:11


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