James Mackenzie

Reuters

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Senior correspondent for Reuters, based in Italy

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Estimates of deaths range from 700 to 900 in the latest shipwreck of African migrants trying to reach Europe by crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

EU Leaders Meeting in Wake of Deadly Migrant Boat Wreck

Estimates of deaths range from 700 to 900 in the latest shipwreck of African migrants trying to reach Europe by crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

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