Leonard Doyle

International Organization for Migration

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Spokesman for the International Organization for Migration

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Last week's discovery of  71 bodies in an abandoned truck  in Austria is just the latest tragic proof that Europe's migration crisis has broadened from the Mediterranean to human…

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For the third time in the past two weeks a ship carrying hundreds of migrants has been found  drifting and out of fuel in the Mediterranean  off the coast of Italy.

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