More than 100 migrants and refugees are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off Libya's coast in the Mediterranean Sea. A spokesperson for the country's coast guard said that two boats carrying around 300 migrants sank around 120km east of the capital, Tripoli.
Scores Feared Drowned in 'Worst Mediterranean Tragedy of the Year'
allAfrica, 26 July 2019
More than 100 migrants and refugees are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off Libya's coast in the Mediterranean Sea, Al Jazeera reports. Read more »
A boat packed with people is spotted in the Mediterranean Sea from an Italian rescue helicopter in June 2014.
More Than 100 Feared Dead in Mediterranean Shipwreck
MSF, 25 July 2019
Julien Raickman, Libya head of mission for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), gave the following statement today in response to a shipwreck in… Read more »
More than 3,000 people in detention centres in the Libyan capital are "at imminent risk of being killed or seriously injured" in fighting, says Doctors Without ... Read more »
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