Migrants continue to land at Lampedusa after second disaster
Over 200 feared dead in Friday's boat wreck14 October, 10:49
The two disasters this month may have claimed a combined total of over 500 lives.
The official death toll from Friday's disaster is 38 after the body of a three-year-old child was recovered but 150-250 more may be be missing after a boat thought to be carrying over 400 people capsized between Lampedusa and Malta.
There were 212 survivors.
On Sunday six bodies were recovered from the October 3 shipwreck, raising the death toll from that wreck to 364. Nevertheless, more boats packed with refugees with nothing to lose continue to arrive in Lampedusa.
The latest, a vessel with 137 people onboard including 22 women, landed at 5.00 Monday. The migrants were transferred to the island's massively overcrowded Imbriacola holding centre.