Update 4 Lampedusa shipwreck: Death Toll Reaches 133, Only 3 of the 100 Women on Board Survived, More than 200 Still Missing

"Only the strongest survived," Simona Moscarelli, a legal expert for the group, told the Associated Press. Most of the migrants - all of whom are believed to have come from Eritrea - could not swim,

“Only the strongest survived,” Simona Moscarelli, a legal expert for the group, told the Associated Press. Most of the migrants – all of whom are believed to have come from Eritrea – could not swim, she added.

Only three of an estimated 100 women aboard the boat have been rescued, while no children had so far been saved, the International Organisation for Migration in Rome said.

The Telegraph – Read More: Italy calls for European help on refugees as scores drown in Lampedusa shipwreck

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  • IsayasHero October 12, 2013

    hey dump guys dont insult isayas he is making our country rich and developed. he is wasting his time in builing roads, universities, hosipitals.
    these who escape from eritrea are not geniue eritrean, they have blood relationship with ethiopia or with sudan. so who cares if 300 people are dying while we care about the people of our nation.

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