The bodies of 22 people have been found on a migrant dinghy in the Mediterranean, the aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has said, the BBC reports.
The 21 women and one man were found “in a pool of fuel and water” at the bottom of the boat, off the coast of Libya.
They had been on the dinghy “for hours”, the aid group said.
More than 200 survivors who were on the dinghy have been transferred to a boat operated by MSF. There were 50 children among them.