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64 people missing and many rescued from 2 shipwrecks off Italy. At least 11 have died

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Migration Italy Shipwreck
June 17, 2024
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ROME (AP) — Sixty-four people were missing in the Mediterranean Sea and several were rescued after their ship wrecked off Italy's southern coast Monday, United Nations' agencies said in a statement.

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