Aug 06, 2015

The world in brief, August 6th 2015 | Espresso

Many migrants were feared drowned in the Mediterranean when their boat capsized off Libya. As many as 600 people had reportedly been on board, of whom 400 were rescued; 25 bodies were recovered. According to the International Organisation for Migration more than 2,000 have died attempting the crossing from north Africa to Europe this year; 3,279 were lost in 2014. , Expressing more absolute...

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