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Authorities recover 100 bodies from boat that sank off Syria

Sandhills Express 27 Sep 2022
Syrian authorities have recovered 100 bodies from a Lebanese migrant boat that sank off Syria last week, state media reported about one of the deadliest recent shipwrecks in the eastern Mediterranean ... Ambulances wait on the Lebanese side of the Arida Border Crossing with Syria on ...
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Death Toll From Migrant Shipwreck Off Syrian Coast Rises to 51 - Lebanese Diplomat

Urdu Point 23 Sep 2022
... in Syria, Talal Daher, said on Friday ... According to Syrian media, the ship left Lebanon a few days ago, and on board were citizens of Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine, as well as people with unknown citizenship.
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Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, Sept. 23

China.dot.org 23 Sep 2022
DAMASCUS -- At least thirty-four people were dead and several others injured after a boat carrying immigrants from Lebanon capsized in the Syrian territorial water on Thursday, the Syria Health Ministry announced. Twenty people onboard the ship were rescued ... (Syria-Migrants-Death).
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Scores dead in worst sinking of migrant boat from Lebanon in recent years

The Observer 23 Sep 2022
At least 77 people have drowned after the migrant boat they boarded in Lebanon sank off Syria’s coast, the deadliest such shipwreck from Lebanon in recent years, amid fears the death toll could be far higher ... Details about the ship, such as its size and capacity, were also not clear. Tartus is the southernmost of Syria’s main ports.
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34 dead as migrant boat capsizes near Syrian shore

Xinhua 23 Sep 2022
22 (Xinhua) -- At least thirty-four people were dead and several others injured after a boat carrying immigrants from Lebanon capsized in the Syrian territorial water on Thursday, the Syria Health Ministry announced.
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Death Toll From Migrant Shipwreck Off Syrian Coast Rises to 77 - Health Minister

Urdu Point 23 Sep 2022
The rescue operation has been going on since Thursday ... According to Syrian media, the ship left Lebanon to reach Cyprus a few days ago, and on board were citizens of Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine, as well as people with unknown citizenship ... ....
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Migrants' Death Toll From Shipwreck off Coast of Syria Reaches 34 People - Official

Urdu Point 22 Sep 2022
According to Syrian media, the ship left Lebanon a few days ago, and on board were citizens of Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine, as well as people with ...
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Hundreds of migrants originating from Lebanon dock in Italy

The New Arab 22 Sep 2022
Disembarking will take up to two days, with those in need of medical treatment leaving the ship first ... The migrants came from four different rescue operations and included individuals from Egypt, Gambia, Mali and Syria. Almost 180 minors were on board the ship, most of them unaccompanied.
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Update: 34 dead as migrant boat capsizes near Syrian shore

China.dot.org 22 Sep 2022
22 (Xinhua) -- At least thirty-four people were dead and several others injured after a boat carrying immigrants from Lebanon capsized in the Syrian territorial water on Thursday, the Syria ...
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Iran ready to offer Lebanon 600,000 tonnes of fuel: Report

Gulf News 20 Sep 2022
Beirut ... On Monday, Iran’s embassy in Beirut said the fuel ships could be in Lebanon within two weeks. Local television station Al Manar reported that Tehran had offered 600,000 tonnes to be delivered over five months ... That fuel was shipped to Syria and then brought into Lebanon in trucks in an attempt to avoid U.S. sanctions on Iran’s energy sector ... .
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Iran ready to offer Lebanon 600,000 tonnes of fuel over five months

The Arab Weekly 20 Sep 2022
BEIRUT - ... On Monday, Iran’s Embassy in Beirut said the fuel ships could be in Lebanon within two weeks. Local television station al-Manar reported that Tehran had offered 600,000 tonnes to be delivered over five months ... That fuel was shipped to Syria and then brought into Lebanon in trucks in an attempt to avoid US sanctions on Iran’s energy sector ... .
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Iran ready to offer Lebanon 600,000 tons of fuel – Al Manar TV

Arab News 20 Sep 2022
On Monday, Iran’s embassy in Beirut said the fuel ships could be in Lebanon within two weeks. Local television station Al-Manar reported that Tehran had offered 600,000 tons to be delivered over five months ... That fuel was shipped to Syria and then brought into Lebanon in trucks in an attempt to avoid US sanctions on Iran’s energy sector ... ....
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Iran ready to offer Lebanon 600,000 tonnes of fuel, local media says

Khaleejtimes 20 Sep 2022
On Monday, Iran's embassy in Beirut said that the fuel ships could be in Lebanon within two weeks. A source from the energy ministry confirmed the amount, and said the deal would likely be finalised in the next day ... That fuel was shipped to Syria, and then brought into Lebanon in trucks, in an attempt to avoid US sanctions on Iran's energy sector.
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Iran ready to offer Lebanon 600,000 tonnes of fuel -Al Manar TV

The Jerusalem Post 20 Sep 2022
Iran offers the "gift" of fuel to Lebanon. WAVING THE Hezbollah flag in Marjayoun, Lebanon. (credit. AZIZ TAHER/REUTERS) ... On Monday, Iran's embassy in Beirut said the fuel ships could be in Lebanon within two weeks ... That fuel was shipped to Syria and then brought into Lebanon in trucks in an attempt to avoid U.S. sanctions on Iran's energy sector ... .

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