deaths at sea

From file: A body of a migrant, who drowned while trying to reach Europe over the Mediterranean Sea, is seen at the beach of Khoms, Libya on December 26, 2021 | Photo: Hamza Al Ahmar/Anadolu Agency
Authorities are slow to document migrant deaths, the UN says - though some governments like Spain (seen here) keep books | Photo: AP/picture-alliance
From file: Migrants being rescued near Crete in September 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance/Photoshot/M. Lolos
The Greek coast guard reportedly rescued several people from a shipwrecked boat off the island of Kos on Wednesday, November 16, 2022 | Source: Greek coast guard screenshot
From file: The arrival of the fifth body found at sea after a migrant boat sank off the southern coast of Sardinia, 31 August 2022 | Photo: ANSA/ MANUEL SCORDO
From file: A relative of Maryam Nuri, who died trying to cross the English channel, at a memorial in Erbil, Iraq, on November 28, 2021 | Photo: Reuters
From file: Several boats have set off from Zarzis recently, in September 18 people drowned off the coast after leaving the town | Photo: DW
FROM FILE: The coffin of a child among coffins of victims of a boat sinking in a hangar of Lampedusa airport | Photo: ANSA/Lannino
Screenshot from tunisienumerique.com (Tunisia News) which reported Monday that the families of the missing exhumed several graves in the Gardens of Africa cemetery
Archive: A handout photo made available by the Hellenic Coast Guard showing 27 migrants, rescued by a greek tanker, disembark from a vessel of Hellenic Coast Guard in the port of Kardamena, Kos Island, Dodecanese, Greece, 10 August 2022 | Photo: EPA/HELLENIC COAST GUARD
Archive: Coffins of children are pictured among those of victims in an hangar of Lampedusa airport on October 5, 2013 after a boat with migrants sank killing more than a hundred people | Photo: ANSA / LANNINO
Greek coast guard vessel | Photo: picture-alliance/Zumapress