Amid tragic scenes on a Libyan beach, bodies of would-be migrants have been washed ashore.
More than 100 have been recovered by the Libyan authorities. They are thought to be from a shipwreck at sea last week.
One member of the coast guard said dozens more bodies could still turn up.
In the absence of documentation, rescue workers are unable to make a list of the victims or establish their nationalities.
Thousands of migrants, mainly from sub-Saharan Africa, have crowded into rickety vessels in recent months in an effort to reach Italian shores. All too many have been wrecked.
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