The remains of other people in the ship that was carrying 366 migrants trying to get into Italy illegally that caught fire and sank last September, just two miles off the island of Lampedusa, killing almost all the occupants in it, whom were mostly Somalis and Eritreans, have been found.
The most striking one was a young couple found clinging to each other in the shadow of the sunken hull even in death. They were discovered this week after a boat carrying hundreds of migrants sunk 100 miles south of Lampedusa. Despite desperate rescue attempts, at least 17 migrants still drowned, with many still missing.
Last week at least 40 perished in another wreck when their trawler sank off the coast of Libya all in a bid to get into Italy. Warning graphic images after the cut.
Clinging to each other in the shadow of the sunken hull, this young couple are united even in death. Harrowing underwater footage of the migrant ship that sunk killing more than 300 last September.
The body of an African would-be migrant washed up on the shore of al-Qarboli in Libya
Those rescued from the sunken ship were taken by the Italian navy to Catania harbour in Sicily
7 bodies have so far been recovered by the Italian navy. Here coffins containing the bodies were carried off the rescue ship
The migrants are staying there while police and mediators work on identification and reunification of families
Officials list the identifications of migrants in a sports hall in Catania which has been converted into a makeshift home for survivors