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Afghan Migrants Rescued in Turkey, Greece Waters

The Portuguese Maritime Police have rescued 33 migrants from a dinghy in the Aegean Sea on Saturday between Turkey and Greece.
 
According to the police, there were nine children, nine women - including a pregnant woman and 15 men in the dinghy all from Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
 
The refugees were taken to the Skala Skaminis port on the Greek island of Lesbos.
 
“Stop the boat, we are going to help you, Maritime Portuguese Police, we're going to help you, stop the engine, stop the engine, we help you, we help you,” Portuguese policemen told the refugees as they were about to be rescued.

Afghan Migrants Rescued in Turkey, Greece Waters

Afghan refugees rescued in the Aegean Sea on Saturday between Turkey and Greece, the Portuguese police said.

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The Portuguese Maritime Police have rescued 33 migrants from a dinghy in the Aegean Sea on Saturday between Turkey and Greece.
 
According to the police, there were nine children, nine women - including a pregnant woman and 15 men in the dinghy all from Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
 
The refugees were taken to the Skala Skaminis port on the Greek island of Lesbos.
 
“Stop the boat, we are going to help you, Maritime Portuguese Police, we're going to help you, stop the engine, stop the engine, we help you, we help you,” Portuguese policemen told the refugees as they were about to be rescued.

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