Gambia migrants: Survivors 'would risk journey again'

Gambian migrants travel from Gambia to Europe across Atlantic to shore of Spain.

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    Survivors of a boat that sank off the coast of Mauritania say they would risk the same journey again to reach Europe.

    At least 62 people were killed when the migrant boat went down in the Atlantic earlier this month.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque met some of the survivors in the Gambian city of Barra, where the fateful journey began.


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