Italy’s 'ghost boats' depict refugees' high-risk journeys

A recent rise in the number of boats abandoned by refugees in the Italian island of Sicily has transformed parts of its coastal landscape.

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    A recent rise in the number of boats abandoned by refugees on the Italian island of Sicily has transformed parts of its coastal landscape.

    Some areas on the island are now a reminder of the huge risks some face trying to reach Europe.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports.


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