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In this image provided by the Bodrum Sea Rescue Association, officers on board a Turkish Coast Guard boat, watch as a capsized motorboat, floats in the Aegean sea, close to the town of Bodrum, Turkey,  Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015. Six Syrian migrants, including an infant, drowned off the Turkish coast early Tuesday as they tried to reach a Greek island. Divers also rescued a child and two men, all Syrians, alive from a sealed area of the capsized boat, a nine-meter (yard) motorboat, a rescue official said. The three survived for three hours breathing air trapped in the upturned boat. The rescue team including divers later found the infant’s body. (Bodrum Sea Rescue Association via AP)
This boat full of migrants capsized off Turkey en route to Greece in August. (Bodrum Sea Rescue Association via AP)

Eleven Migrants Drown Off Turkey, Heading for Greece, Three are Saved

By Associated Press

A Turkish media report says at least 11 migrants have died and five others are missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, while the Greek Coast Guard said it rescued three others.

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The Greek Crisis’ Sad Conclusions

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By Associated Press

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Trump-Bush Feud Gets Tense

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Nick Kyrgios, of Australia, rests on his chair before the third set against Andy Murray, of Britain, during the first round of the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Murray Spanks Bad Boy Kyrgios

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Britain's Andy Murray hit 18 aces and ignored the antics of racket-smashing, profanity-spouting Nick Kyrgios to win their first round match at the U.S. Open.

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