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© Shwan Mohammed a photo of Zaniar Mustafa, gone missing while he had to try to cross the sleeve to win England, on the phone From his father, in Qadrawa, a small village in Kurdistan, in the north of Iraq
the last time Mohamed spoke to his father, remained in Iraqi Kurdistan, it was to announce that he was going through the sleeve. In the meantime, the sinking of a boat did 27 dead and the patriarch now fears the worst.
"He told us that he was going to go to Britain. He sent us a message on Messenger," says Qada Abdallah in his living room in Qadrawa, a small village in Kurdistan, in northern Iraq.
"It was told that it was dangerous, that there were risks with this crossing. He wanted to reassure us by saying that many passages took place by this sea and that there was no had problems, "adds the 49-year-old man.
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it was November 23rd. The next day, France announced the sinking of a boat in the Channel having made at least 27 dead.
Since, in Qadrawa, several families are without news of missing wires. Were they aboard this fatal boat? Have they arrived in Great Britain? Difficult to know it for the moment, the investigation still revealed nothing about the identity of the victims, their nationality or the causes of the sinking. © Shwan Mohammed Qacer Abdallah, whose son is missing since his attempt to cross the Channel to win England, on his father's phone, in Qadrawa, a small village of Kurdistan, in the north of Iraq
A month ago, Mohamed, 20, was flying for Turkey from Erbil Airport. He clandestinely rallied Italy, then France. He wanted to join his two brothers, installed for two years in Britain.
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"Our family agreed that it leaves in Europe," Abdallah recognizes.
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"All young people try to go to Europe to find a better future", "living conditions are difficult" in Kurdistan, "he explains. "Young people have shown because of the degradation of the economic situation that prevents them from finding a job."
The tragedy of Wednesday is the worst migratory drama in the Channel, furrowed daily by migrants trying to rally the English ribs aboard fragile boats.
These crossings have developed since 2018 against the looping of the Port of Calais, in the north of France, and of Eurotunnel, that migrants borrowed hiding in vehicles.
Abu Zaniar also lost the trace of his 20-year-old son: "November 23 we spoke, but since no information on his fate," he regrets.
A month ago, the young man left by plane in Turkey, from where he was able to go clandestinely in Italy, then in France.
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"We agreed with a smuggler to drive him to Great Britain in exchange for $ 3,300 (about 2,900 euros).
Try to join the smugger by phone, in vain. The line is closed. He then calls relatives of this individual to complain: "That was not our agreement, he had promised us to make Zaniar healthy and except England".
"If my son survived this time, I will send it again in Europe, however, abu Zaniar. "There is no possible life in the Kurdistan region, graduates do not find work."
two years ago, Zaniar had already tried to win Western Europe by Bulgaria, where he had been arrested, mistreated in prison, then expelled to his country.
According to the rescuers, the sinking of the Channel piled aboard a pneumatic boat. Flexible background of a dozen meters. Only an Iraqi and a Somali were saved.
Would Iraqi be Mohamed Khaled? His mother Cheleir Ah Med thinks, after having received a phone call from his son.
The 22-year-old man went two months ago in Belarus, before rallying France through smugglers. "His state of health is very bad because he stayed for a long time in the water. He informed me that he and an African migrant had survived."
On board the boat, she says, 32 people, young people and families who were all drowned.
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Investigation: EM finals could have ended in tragedy .
the riots on the edge of the endpiece of the football EM in the Wembley Stadium could have ended in a tragedy. © Provided by sport1.de Examination: EM finals would have ended in tragedy the riots on the edge of the final of the Football Championship in the London Wembley Stadium could have ended in a tragedy when England had won against Italy. This is the unique result of an independent investigation presented on Friday in London.