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More Than 100 Migrants Die at Sea in Wreck Off Libya

NYTimes.com Saturday, 19 January 2019
More Than 100 Migrants Die at Sea in Wreck Off LibyaThe scale of the catastrophe became clear after three survivors who were rescued by the Italian Navy told aid workers 117 migrants had died in a wreck of an inflatable dingy.
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