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Deaths on the Mediterranean Sea don't keep migrants from trying to reach Europe

When the smuggler’s boat sank a dozen miles off Egypt’s Mediterranean coast, 17-year-old Attia Abdu Qamary fell into the choppy water with hundreds of other frightened migrants. More than half looked like him -- teenage boys. Many had left their north coast fishing villages where the Nile River...
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