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Fishermen discover 20 people dead on a boat drifting toward Turks and Caicos
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Fishermen discover 20 people dead on a boat drifting toward Turks and Caicos

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Fishermen made a disturbing discovery late last week that sparked an investigation into the deaths of several people.

A boat with 20 dead passengers was seen approximately a mile away from Grand Turk island, according to authorities. Two children were among the deceased. 

Officials from the Turks and Caicos Islands said that they do not suspect foul play, but were not able to provide additional details regarding the cause of the deaths. They also did not yet know where the boat was headed, or where the travelers hailed from. 

The marine branch of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force transported the boat to land. 

“My investigators are working to establish their identities and how they met their death,” said commissioner Trevor Botting. 

He believes the group originated outside of the Caribbean. 

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The top market headlines you need to know this morning

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Futures indicated a mixed open to start the week, as investors awaited the end of the second quarter this week. So far this year, the S&P 500 has logged a 14% gain, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 12.5%, and the Nasdaq Composite climbed 11.4%. 

The government is slated to release its latest look at jobs data this Friday, with analysts anticipating that approximately 683,000 payrolls were added in June. The unemployment rate is expected to dip to 5.7%. 

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill seems to be regaining forward momentum. Republican Senator Rob Portman said yesterday that he supports the bipartisan deal.

And the latest movie in the Fast and Furious series topped $70 million in ticket sales this weekend — more than any other movie released after the pandemic. 

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