Up to 30 migrants are feared dead, after the boat they were travelling in has capsized, in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Libya. Advertisements
At least five migrants have been reportedly died, and a further 562 people rescued, after the boat they were travelling in capsized, off the coast of Libya.
Multiple blasts, including suicide and car bombings, have hit two coastal cities, killing and wounding a number of people, in an area of Syria that has been mostly spared from the worst of the conflict.
The Egyptian military has reportedly discovered debris from missing EgyptAir flight MS804 in the Mediterranean Sea, some 290km north of the Egyptian city of Alexandria.
The search for the wreckage of missing EgyptAir flight MS804 is continuing, after claims that the wreckage and debris had been found were discovered to be false.
The wreckage of missing EgyptAir flight MS804 has reportedly been discovered off the Greek island of Karpathos, according to Egyptian aviation officials.
The missing EgyptAir Flight MS804 is believed to have crashed in the Mediterranean Sea, with Greek authorities having reportedly found debris.
An EgyptAir flight, travelling from Paris to Cairo, with 66 people on board, has reportedly gone missing, after disappearing from radar over the Mediterranean Sea.
As many as 400 migrants are feared to have drowned, after their boats capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, as they attempted to reach Europe.
Dozens of migrants are feared missing, after the boat they were travelling in sank off the coast of Libya, according to a statement by the country’s naval forces.