Fifty-eight would-be illegal immigrants, including a woman, were rescued, Sunday, off the coast of Tan-Tan in coordination with the Royal Navy, the Royal Gendarmerie and local authorities. The illegal migrants, all of Moroccan nationality, were in danger, said Youssef Fonoun, delegate of Maritime Fisheries, in a statement to MAP. According to Fonoun, this operation was conducted with the help of the coastal fishing boat “Ouled Zeid” and in coordination with the Royal Navy, the Royal Gendarmerie and local authorities. They were brought safe and sound to the port of Tan-Tan, he said.
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