Just before dawn, Last Saturday the Civil Guard boat “Río Miño” rescued 24 migrants in the Alboran Sea, 50 miles south of Nerja. The occupants 23 men and one woman all of Maghrebi origin (North African) were picked up by the Civil Guard boat and transferred to the Maritime Rescue boat “Salvamar Alnitak” before being taken to the Port of …
A Guardia Civil patrol boat has finally located the small boat which set sail from Algeria on Thursday and was thought to be somewhere off the coast of Almeria.
Eleven sub-Saharan migrants have been intercepted as they tried to make their way across the Strait of Gibraltar in a small inflatable dinghy.
A total of 68 sub-Saharan migrants, including ten women and five children, arrived in Almeria port on Tuesday afternoon after their boats were intercepted by the Maritime Rescue Service.
Fourteen sub-Saharan migrants, including a pregnant woman, have been intercepted while trying to reach the Spanish coast.
A search was launched this morning to try and locate a small boat carrying thirty migrants which had set off from Morocco.
Two small boats carrying a total of 39 North African visitors were intercepted on Monday in the Alborán Sea.
A total of 23 clandestine entrants, 19 men, 3 women and a baby, were intercepted on Sunday off the coast of Almeria.
The Maritime Rescue Service has escorted a small boat carrying 47 passengers to the port of Tarifa.
Maritime Rescue have intercepted a small boat carrying 16 migrants, but it is believed that five people may have perished.