Migrants rescued in Malaga coasts

Malaga Coast.

COASTGUARDS rescued 27 African migrants, 25 men and two women, from a dinghy 45 miles south of the Malaga coasts on Thursday night (November 19), emergency services have reported.

All 27, who arrived at Malaga port at about 3am, were displaying signs of hypothermia and one 19-year-old man was taken to hospital for treatment. The police immediately started the ball rolling to have the migrants sent home.

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    • Roy Peters

      22 November 2015 • 19:51

      Good for the police! 25 Men and only 2 women sounds suspicious to me. Why are the majority of refugees young men? Families are less likely to be members of Islamic State that unaccompanied males. Time for our politicians to wake up.

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