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Sixty-four migrants die in the back of truck in Mozambique

Reuters Tuesday, 24 March 2020
Sixty-four people believed to be migrants from Ethiopia have been found dead in a container attached to a truck in Mozambique, provincial migration authorities and the police said on Tuesday.
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