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At least fifty eight men women and children have died after a vessel carrying around one hundred and fifty migrants sank sank off the coast of Mauritania. UN Migration Agency Iowa said on Thursday eighty-three survivors including at least ten youngsters swam to shore after Wednesday's Today's tragedy off the North African coast and have been transferred to hospital. The International Organization for Migration reported it says that the vessel left the Gambia Mbia eight days ago bound for the Canary Islands before running. Low on fuel at the scene of the accident in the north of the country. IOS Mauritania chief of mission. Laura Karate said that the survivors were recovering from shock and that the injured were in hospital. The UN agency has offered support by providing first aid kits blankets and and other supplies. It has also send Dr. To support the response