Migrants' bodies found near Italy

Bodies of 12 men trying to make their way to Europe found near island south of Sicily.

    Thousands of Africans make the tumultuous journey by sea to seek a better life in Europe [EPA]
    Italian shores, especially the small island of Lampedusa, are a common entry-point for immigrants making the crossing from Libya and other parts of north Africa in the hope of a new life in Europe.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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