Migrant dies after speedboat partially sinks near Greek island of Rhodes


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A speedboat suspected of smuggling migrants partially sank near the Aegean island of Rhodes on Monday, according to the Hellenic Coast Guard. One person died, while thirteen others were found safe at the shore. ▶ Full story on euronews.com
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