Apr 15, 2015

Presumed Deaths of 400 Migrants Among Worst Recent Tragedies - ABC News

The presumed drowning of 400 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea is one of the deadliest known migrant tragedies in the last decade, the U.N. refugee agency says, and comes amid unprecedented wave of migration toward Europe from Africa and the Middle East. The deaths off the Libyan coast are...

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