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The victims were reportedly "swallowed up by the waves," with the youngest being a child of 12.
The Italian government and European Union are investigating the "degrading" treatment of migrants on the island of Lampedusa after a video surfaced showing a worker spraying a man with disinfectants.
Much needed aid arrives in the Philippines; Morocco makes a stand for African migrants; plus more global news.
Harrowing details are now emerging about the rape and brutality suffered by the hundreds of Eritrean and Somali migrants who boarded the ill fated fishing boat that sank off the coast Lampedusa, Italy, more than four weeks ago.
On Oct. 3, 2013, at least 94 people, including a young child and a pregnant women, died in a ship carrying migrants from Eritrea, Somalia and Ghana to Italy.
A bitter dispute over a flood of North African immigrants is widening divisions among some of Europe's most powerful nations and adding to strains on the long-held dream of a united Europe.