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Bodies of 74 migrants wash up on Libyan beach

UN migration agency reports devastating shipwreck of boat carrying more than 120 people

The bodies of more than 70 people have washed up on the beach of al-Khums, in western Libya, after yet another devastating shipwreck in the Mediterranean, the UN migration agency (IOM) reported on Thursday.

The boat was reported to be carrying more than 120 people, including women and children. Forty-seven survivors have been brought to shore by the coastguard and fishermen, while the bodies of at least 74 people are floating near the water’s edge.

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