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Bodies of 34 migrants found on Turkish coast

At least seven of the victims were children after boats capsized

5th January, 2016
Migrant boat crossing from Turkey to Lesbos Pic: Getty

The bodies of 34 migrants – at least seven of them children – have been found at two locations on the Aegean coast.

The migrants died after their boat capsized in rough seas as the victims tried to make it to the Greek island of Lesbos.

It was not known how many vessels were involved or how many people were on board.

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