Around 100 people are believed to have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday, after their dinghy capsized off the Libyan coast.

Their smuggler abandoned them in high seas without a motor.

27 survivors had been rescued by an oil tanker and were later transferred to the Bourbon Argos, a boat of the Médecins Sans Frontières charity (MSF).

Seven bodies were recovered.

A survivor said there were 130 were on board the vessel. Survivors said most of the people tried to stay afloat bu...

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