The United Nations Organization for Migration IOM reported that when their ship capsized between Yemen and Djibouti, at least 42 migrants were drowned. The dead included sixteen children: eight boys and eight girls.
It will be Africans fleeing the war in Yemen. It is not clear what caused the ship to capsize. Fourteen crew members survived.
Cast into the high seas
Every year, thousands of young Africans come to Yemen to look for jobs in the prosperous Gulf countries. Declare IOM. However, Corona blocked Yemen’s borders and detained Yemeni migrants, where the war has been going on for many years.
According to the International Organization for Migration, they are desperately eager to go home and fall into the hands of smugglers who use unsuitable ships to transport them to Africa and return them to Africa with huge amounts of money.In addition, it is possible to emigrate on the high seas Thrown out of the boat.
According to data from the International Organization for Migration, 2,343 migrants from Yemen arrived in Djibouti in March, compared with 1,900 in February. Most people want to go to their home country Ethiopia or Somalia.