At least 700 refugees are feared dead after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya.
With countries in Europe closing up borders to prevent the influx of refugees fleeing war and conflict, migrants—mostly from Syria and Eritrea, but also from sub-Saharan Africa—are opting for the risky voyage across the Mediterranean Sea to reach Italy.
From Italy, they travel to countries like Spain, Greece, and the U.K.—all in search for asylum and better job opportunities.
But it could come at a price.
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