Nearly 100 people have died in international waters after setting off from Libya in an overcrowded boat, international organisations said.
A commercial tanker, Alegria 1, rescued four people from a life raft in the Mediterranean early Saturday morning, the Doctors Without Borders charity said.
“We know from our initial contact with Alegria 1 that the survivors reported being at sea for at least four days on a boat with nearly 100 people on board,” the charity, which goes by its French acronym MSF, said in a tweet.
According to a transcript of the logbook of exchanges with the tanker, seen by AFP, the tanker said “around 96 people died in the water.”
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