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Twenty dead and 58 missing as migrant Haitian sailboat capsizes - EiTB
by NewsReader 05-05-2007



CBC - The Hour
Twenty dead and 58 missing as migrant Haitian sailboat capsizes
EiTB, Spain - 57 minutes ago
A sailboat packed with up to 150 Haitian migrants capsized while it was being towed by a police vessel from the Turks and Caicos on Friday, and the US Coast ...
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