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Three migrants from Nigeria to the Canary Islands: 'For 11 days clinging to the helm of an oil tanker'

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The ship, flying the Maltese flag, left Lagos on 17 November and arrived in Las Palmas on Monday. The men showed symptoms of dehydration and hypothermia and were transferred to hospitals on the island
Published 2 months ago

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Photo shows 3 stowaways who were rescued from oil tanker's rudder after likely 11-day ordeal

The men were discovered after the Alithini II tanker pulled into port at Las Palmas, Spain, 11 days after leaving Nigeria

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Stowaways cling to rudder of oil tanker for 11 days

Spanish coastguard rescues three migrants after ship arrives in Canary Islands from Nigeria

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Stowaways survived 11 days on rudder of oil tanker at sea

Spain's Maritime Rescue Service says the men were found on a vessel which had departed from Nigeria bound for the Canary Islands.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Shocking moment three migrant stowaways are found clinging to the rudder of a huge oil tanker after ELEVEN DAYS at sea

THREE African migrants have been found clinging to a rudder of an oil tanker after surviving 11 gruelling days at sea.The stowaways were rescued by the Spanish coastguard in the Canary Islands yesterday, where they were rushed to hospital after suffering a severe bout of dehydration.APA close up of the men, who clung to the rudder of the oil tanker Alithin II[/caption] A map showing the treacherous journey endured by the migrantsAccording to the…

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Three African refugees spent eleven days on the rudder of an oil tanker

Migrants from Nigeria decided to flee their country to the Canaries on the wheel of a tanker. They spent 11 days riding the wheel in the open ocean.

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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Three migrants from Nigeria to the Canary Islands: 'For 11 days clinging to the helm of an oil tanker'

The ship, flying the Maltese flag, left Lagos on 17 November and arrived in Las Palmas on Monday. The men showed symptoms of dehydration and hypothermia and were transferred to hospitals on the island

2 months ago·Italy
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