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UN New Press Release: More than 50,000 migrants 'die in search of a better life'

 Source: UN News   © UNICEF/Eduard Serra   From January to October 2022, over 200,000 migrants crossed the Darien Gap to continue to their destination.   Facebook   Twitter   Print   Email 23 November 2022 Migrants and Refugees After risking their lives on dangerous journeys, more than 50,000 migrants are known to have died worldwide since 2014, the UN migration agency, IOM,   said   on Wednesday.  The tragic milestone was confirmed in a new report from the International Organization for Migration’s   Missing Migrants Project,   which also maintains that little action had been taken by any country of origin, transit or arrival.  “While thousands of deaths have been documented across migration routes each year, very little has been done to address the consequences of these tragedies, let alone prevent them,”   said   Julia Black, co-author of the study.   Tweet URL Drawing a blank   The nationality for over 30,000 people in the Missing Migrants Project is unknown, which means that more

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