At least 15 people drowned when their boat capsized off Libya, the second shipwreck in just more than a week involving people undertaking a dangerous sea journey in the hope of seeking a better life in Europe. Al Jazeera quotes a spokeswoman for the International Organization for Migration as saying that the dead were on a rubber boat carrying at least 110 people, who had embarked from the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya on Friday. The boat started to sink early on Sunday and the Libyan coastguard managed to rescue at least 95 people, including two children, many of whom suffered burns from engine fuel, and hypothermia, with some taken to hospital.