Amsa, 16 years-old, last name not available, a migrant from Somalia, aboard a ferry watches the sunset as he leaves the Sicilian Island of Lampedusa, Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. Italian divers recovered 17 ... more 
Amsa, 16 years-old, last name not available, a migrant from Somalia, aboard a ferry watches the sunset as he leaves the Sicilian Island of Lampedusa, Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. Italian divers recovered 17 more bodies Monday from a smugglers' boat that capsized and sank to bottom of the Mediterranean Sea with hundreds of migrants on board. That brought the confirmed death toll from Thursday's tragedy to 211 before poor weather off the southern island of Lampedusa again halted the recovery operation. Only 155 people of the estimated 500 on board survived the sinking. Scores of bodies are believed to be still trapped in the hull of the 18-meter (59-foot) boat, which is resting 47 meters (154 feet) below the surface. Monday was the first day that divers entered the hull. Coast Guard Capt. Filippo Marini estimated it would take two more days to complete the search and recovery mission. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Luca Bruno
Mon, Oct 7, 2013 2:05 PM EDT