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Nicaragua Finds Drifting Boat With Decomposed Bodies Of Six Suspected Migrants In The Caribbean Sea – Guinean Passport Included

The bodies of six suspected migrants have been found in a small boat drifting off the Caribbean coast, Nicaraguan authorities said Tuesday.

Nicaraguan Interior Ministry said a Republic of Guinea passport belonging to a 31-year-old man was found on one of the bodies. The passport had no Nicaraguan entry stamp in it.

The boat was found drifting about a mile (1 1/2 kilometers) out to sea Monday near Cayo Las Palomas.

The corpses were all too badly decomposed for immediate identification. The ministry said an initial examination indicates all those aboard apparently died of dehydration or heatstroke, and that they probably died about a month ago.

According to AP, migrants seeking to reach the United States have been trapped at Nicaragua’s southern border with Costa Rica, because the Nicaraguan government won’t allow them to cross Nicaragua. That led some to choose more dangerous water routes.


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