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Barbados: Senegalese “death boat”

What circumstances did these men come from that drove them to make a desperate trip to a strange new land in search of a better life? How must the people who loved them be suffering now, in the agony of loss and not knowing?” Titilayo muses on the fate of the eleven Senegalese men who died attempting to cross the Atlantic, and whose boat washed up in Barbadian waters in April. Barbados Free Press provides links to various websites with information on the still-mysterious story.

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