Finding plane’s voice-and flight-data recorders viewed as an essential step in revealing why it crashed en route to Cairo from Paris on May 19
40 children, including many newborns, among those drowned as up to 700 migrants feared dead in just one week
'We'll never know the exact number, we'll never know their identity,' rescuers say of migrant horror, the majority of whom are African.
Sisi backed away from his aviation minister's claim that terrorism was the more likely of the crash, saying; "All the theories are possible"
"They haven't died yet. No one knows. We're asking for God's mercy," said a woman in her 50s whose daughter had been on board
After earlier false claims, Egypt miliary confirms wreckage of EgyptAir plane now found in Mediterranean
A body part, seats and luggage were among the objects discovered, according to Greece's defence minister
UPDATE: EgyptAir says wreckage from plane found; terrorist attack seen as more likely cause of crash
The plane had 66 people on board. Greek media reports that a sailor in the crash area saw a ball of fire in the sky haven't been officially confirmed
Survivors from Somalia, Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt who were rescued from a small boat had described seeing "a large shipwreck"
Sudan is a popular passage for undocumented immigrants from the Horn of African nation headed for Italy
Mussie Zerai, Eritrean priest who saves migrants by phone - and got a Nobel Peace Prize nomination for it
He receives hundreds of similar calls at every hour of the day, including during mass.
For decades, the dream of the European Union was to become a post-national paradise of prosperity. Now the process is being reversed.
Migrant haters of Europe, you might want to run and hide, for your future success depends on Africans
Europe's population is steadily shrinking. And with data from the UN suggesting migrants be the answer, it might be a good idea to treat them well.
A frantic weekend of rescues saw nearly 6,000 people, most of them sub-Saharan Africans, pulled to safety from packed fishing boats off Libya
Eritrea one of largest sources of migrants fleeing to Europe; now blames CIA, rights activists for exodus
Eritrea conscripts most adults into the army and or forces them to perform compulsory labour.
The number rescued this weekend was one of the highest recorded in recent years.
Nearly half of these are accounted for by just one incident--the April 19 Mediterranean sea horror.
Death in the Mediterranean—the curious cases of Nigeria, Senegal, and the country that is a surprise omission
While Eritreans make up the majority of those fleeing into Europe, but the identity of other source countries would baffle many
Around 800 victims died off the coast of Libya on Sunday. If current trends continue, there could be 30,000 deaths at sea this year.
700 African migrants drown. It's 'worst massacre ever' in Mediterranean, brings 2015 death toll to 1,600
"They are men and women like us," said the Pope in his weekly address in St Peter's square.
Migrants 'throw' Nigerian, Ghanaian Christians to their death into sea in religion row: Italy police
Nearly 10,000 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean have been rescued in recent days.