ADDIS ABABA: Thirty-eight bodies, including those of children, have been found after a shipwreck off the Horn of Africa nation of Djibouti, the UN’s International Organization for Migration said on Tuesday.
The IOM said in a post on X that at least six other people were missing and presumed dead after the “tragic shipwreck,” while 22 survivors were being helped by its Djibouti office as well as the local authorities.
The Ethiopian embassy in Djibouti said the accident occurred on Monday and involved a boat that was carrying 60 Ethiopian migrants from Djibouti to Yemen.
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