World - Libya's coastguard has recovered the bodies of five migrants and rescued 65 others after their Europe-bound boat sank east of the capital Tripoli.
The Libyan navy said in a statement that the boat was near the coastal city of al-Khoms and had 90 people on board.
It added that the bodies of three men, a woman and a child were retrieved and between 15 and 20 were still missing.
The navy said the search operation is over and fishermen in the area have been told to watch out for any bodies surfacing.
The majority of those rescued are from Sudan, while the others are from Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia, according to the statement.