tripoli/rome - Last weekend, more than two hundred refugees who were living in Libya with old boats have been able to reach the European continent.
On the Libyan coast Monday is the lifeless bodies of eleven people, among whom a child is found. From a boat departing from Libya on Saturday from 120, and intercepted in Sicily on Sunday, sixty people were searching.
The Libyan Coast Guard rescued seven drenches from the sea that were on another boat with an estimated 170 refugees. According to the survivors, the boat was loaded too heavily, it has been retarded and most of the passengers have not survived the accident.
Since last week around 7500 people have been rescued from Libya, reporting the Italian and Libyan coastguard on Monday. The official number of deaths and missing people this year from UNHCR's UN Refugee Organization is 1150.