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May 06, 2008
Fisherman Boubacar Niang, 49, a former captain of fishing boats trafficking illegal migrants from West...
Dakar, Senegal
A former captain of fishing boats trafficking illegal African migrants to Europe stands in front of a...
Fisherman Boubacar Niang, 49, a former captain of fishing boats trafficking illegal migrants from West Africa to Europe, stands in front of a metal door at Thiaroye on the outskirts of Senegal's capital Dakar May 6, 2008. Niang gave up human trafficking after several near disasters and returned to fishing with support from a collective of mothers who have lost sons attempting treacherous illegal boat journeys from West Africa to Europe. With the warmer summer months approaching, the number of African migrants attempting often deadly sea voyages to Europe is expected to rise as impoverished and unemployed African youths seek out better lives abroad. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL)
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