Others come by boat or rubber raft, crossing the Straits of Gibraltar where Kanga did. Tatiana Kanga was nine months pregnant and had her 3-year-old daughter in tow when she set out from her native Cameroon, headed for Spain. Kanga was on the verge of giving birth to her second child, Antoni, when she risked her life to get to Europe. They washed up on a Spanish beach after a hour journey, just as their raft began deflating. Lauren Frayer Facebook Instagram Twitter. Kanga was nine months pregnant with Antoni at the time. At less than 9 miles across, it's the narrowest point between Europe and Africa, at the mouth of the Mediterranean. Tens of thousands are believed to have survived the Mediterranean crossing this year. But she has no doubt that Europe is the best place for her now.
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