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At least 62 migrants died after a boat sank on Sunday off Italy's southern Calabria region.
Officials fear death toll for shipwreck in Italy could top 100
Rescue workers are still looking for dozens of missing people after a boat carrying some 200 migrants crashed into rocks off the Italian coast.
At least 59 dead including a baby in migrant boat tragedy off Italy
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Bodies have washed up along the coast near the town of Crotone, in Calabria, Italy after a boat carrying over 100 migrants broke apart.
Italy: 84 rescued migrants disembark Ocean Viking after sea ordeal
The NGO vessel was granted permission to dock at Emilia-Romagna's only port on Saturday. SOS Mediterranee says 58 unaccompanied minors were among those onboard.
EU summit: Italy's Giorgia Meloni pushes for stricter migration laws
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'It's a shame': NGOs blast Italy's code of conduct for rescue ships
The code compels ship to disembark without delay as soon as the first rescue operation is complete, even if other migrants remain lost at sea.
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