Spain rescues 54 migrants from boat in Strait of Gibraltar, as Spanish route sees increased traffic

Moroccan migrant women are tranferred to a van at the port of Barbate after being rescued in waters of the Strait of Gibraltar off the Spanish coast on July 7, 2017. A total of 163 Moroccan migrants, including 50 children and 9 women were rescued in the waters of the Strait of Gibraltar, by the Salvamar Gadir (based in Barbate) and the Salvamar Arcturus (based in Tarifa) vessels. / AFP / Marcos Moreno





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