deaths at sea

Tunisian coast guard boat in the Mediterranean Sea off Isle of Djerba | Photo: Natalia Seliverstova/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: Spanish Civil Guard rescue divers seen searching for two missing migrants at Arguineguin in the Canary Islands, May 17, 2019 | Photo: Imago
Picture shows a group of migrants rescued by Spanish Sea Rescue members on the Alboran Sea | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/CARLOS DIAZ
From file: Migrants being brought into the port of Lampedusa by the Italian authorities (Finance Police - Guardia di Finanza) | Photo: Guglielmo Mangiapane / Reuters
From file, June 11, 2020: Migrants often set off from Sfax on the central Tunisian coast for Europe - many have died when their boats sank or capsized | Photo: AFP/Houssem Zouari
Geo Barents rescued 109 people – they reported spending the night at sea after fleeing Libya, January 20, 2022 | Copyright: Andrea Monrás
Hizia and Mohammed (pictured) embarked for Spain from Algeria with 14-year-old Omar on December 31 | Photo: InfoMigrants
People check for clothes and shoes donated by citizens for poor families in Beirut, Lebanon | Photo: Nabil Mounzer / EPA
A child's body has been recovered from the sea near the Greek island of Naxos. Over two weeks after two deadly accidents took place in the area  | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/L.Pitarakis
Kingsdown, UK on September 7, 2021 - a group was intercepted by a British Royal National Lifeboat Institution crew in the Channel | Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
While Spain reports there had been over 39,000 arrivals by sea in 2021, it does not have figures of those who died while attempting the trip | Photo: Getty Images
A boat carrying migrants in Greece | Photo: Getty Images/M.Bicanski