Libya: 87 refugee bodies wash up on beach

The number of bodies of refugees recovered on a Libyan beach since the weekend has risen to 87, according to a media official from the coastal city of Sabratha, according to the Aljazeera.

The bodies began washing up on the city’s beach west of Tripoli on Friday.

On Saturday, 41 bodies were found by a group of volunteers trained by the city council and sent to a morgue for DNA testing before being buried.

The rest were found over the weekend, the official, who did not wish to be identified, said on Monday.