Refugee child drowns nearby Greek island after vessel engine explodes

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Displaced Iraqi people from a Yazidi community, who fled assault from Islamic State (IS) organisation demeanour on following their attainment on a Greek island of Lesbos after channel a Aegean Sea from Turkey on Nov 14, 2015. PHOTO: AFP

Displaced Iraqi people from a Yazidi community, who fled assault from Islamic State (IS) organisation demeanour on following their attainment on a Greek island of Lesbos after channel a Aegean Sea from Turkey on Nov 14, 2015. PHOTO: AFP

ATHENS: A three-year-old interloper child drowned early Saturday nearby a Greek island of Chios after a engine of a vessel his organisation was sailing in exploded, a Greek coastguard said.

The blast threw a vessel occupants into a H2O as it lay immobilised in shallows easterly of a island, a coastguard said.

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Fifteen other people were rescued, including dual that compulsory hospitalisation, it said.

An 18-year-old was arrested as a suspected trafficker.

Greece has been impressed this year by a emigration predicament secret in Europe given World War II.

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The United Nations on Friday pronounced over 800,000 people have crossed a Mediterranean to Europe this year, with over 3,400 failing in a process.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will transport to Turkey subsequent week to press a country’s leaders to take a stronger position opposite interloper traffickers.

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