Hundreds of women of Senegal have lost their children and husbands trying to reach the Spanish coasts in fragile ‘cayucos’ boats. During years, spouses and mothers encouraged their young ones to undertake the march, in a passage of more than a thousand kilometers from the African coasts to Canary beaches.
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