Copenhagen Denmark — The body of an infant launched on the southwest coast of Norway on January 1st was identified. The missing 15-month-old Iranian boy died a few months ago in the English Channel, hundreds of miles away, when a smuggler carrying him, his parents, and his brothers and sisters overturned. Said the Norwegian police.
After finding the body, Norwegian police conducted a DNA test to confirm the identity of the infant. Their conclusion was that it was Altin Iran Nezado who went missing about 310 miles south of Carmoi Island, Norway, where he was discovered on October 27.
Norwegian local police Camilla Thiel Wage said in a statement Monday that he and his family had drowned as a group of immigrants tried to cross the waterway from France to England.
Norwegian DNA results confirm the previous hypothesis that it was Artin and was helped by a close relative of a child in a Scandinavian country.
“This story is disastrous, but at least it’s good to be able to give answers to the survivors,” Tjelle Waage added, “it was a painstaking process.”
Over the years, migrants have crossed the English Channel (believed to be one of the busiest waterways in the world) on small smugglers unsuitable for navigation to reach England. I’ve been trying.
The body of a 15-month-old Iranian boy is launched months after a smuggler’s capsize on a Norwegian island
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