UPDATES WITH MORE MIGRANTS HELD, CHANGES DECK
By Ferdi Uzun
ANKARA (AA) - Turkish Coast Guards rescued 42 Syrians in the Aegean Sea, near the coast of the western Aydin province on Wednesday.
Forty-two Syrians in a boat that was about to sink were rescued, according to a Coast Guard official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on talking to media.
Ten of them were children and 12 women, said the official.
Separately, a total of 150 undocumented migrants -- 42 in eastern Erzincan province, 12 in western Edirne province, 44 in western Canakkale province and 52 in western Izmir province -- were held on Wednesday, according to gendarmerie and coastal guard sources.
Two suspects were arrested for human smuggling.