A member of Spanish humanitarian NGO Proactiva Open Arms waves at refugees and migrants on a rubber boat during a rescue operation off the coast of Libya on Oct. 4, 2016. (AFP / ARIS MESSINIS)
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More than 20 migrants or refugees were rescued and one child died Thursday on a Greek island after the boat they set sail in overnight from the nearby Turkish coast either capsized or sank, Greek authorities said.A vessel from the European border agency Frontex patrolling the area initially picked up six people -- one man, two women and three children -- it spotted in the sea off the small southeastern island of Kastellorizo in the early hours of Thursday, the Greek coast guard said.
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