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Italy holds funeral for 26 Nigerian women drowned in Mediterranean

MailOnline Friday, 17 November 2017
Italy holds funeral for 26 Nigerian women drowned in MediterraneanThe only two identified victims were named as Marian Shaka, who was married, and Osato Osaro. Both were pregnant. The Nigerian government has described the tragedy as a 'monumental loss'.
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