Italy boat sinking: Video reports

More than 200 migrants are still unaccounted for after their boat sank off southern Italy.

Rescuers have so far found more than 110 bodies, and 155 people have been pulled alive from the seas off the island.

Here are the latest video reports from the scene.

Hundreds feared dead in Italy boat tragedy

Gavin Hewitt says that at least 200 migrants are still unaccounted for

Divers reach wreck off Lampedusa

Footage from Italy's fire service shows divers reaching the wreckage, at a depth of 47 metres

Survivors pulled from water

Leonardo Ricci from the Italian coastguard says the sea was ''full of people''

Illegal immigration into Europe in numbers

The BBC's Serena Chaudhry examines the migratory patterns of African migrants trying to enter Europe

BBC at Lampedusa port the day after

Gavin Hewitt reports from the port of Lampedusa, where emergency workers are gathered, and locals are calling for action

Lampedusa local: 'We feel empty'

One resident from the island told the BBC's Julian Miglierini she "felt empty" the day after the shipwreck

Italy boat sinking 'a disgrace', says Pope

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Mayor: We need to stop this

Lampedusa mayor Giusi Nicolini: "We need to stop this"

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