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these are the survivors of what the U. when is calling the worst shipwreck of its kind this year a wooden boat carrying more than two hundred migrants capsized off of Libya's coast on Thursday a Libyan navy officials said that one hundred and thirty four people were rescued but for one survivor all hopes of a better life in Europe were quickly lost the end of a good book I lost my seven year old child because they don't help us they do not help migrants I don't want anything now except to go back to my country Sudan to die that , Libya is a popular departure point for migrants bound for Europe but the voyage is treacherous are you in spokesman said that more than six hundred migrants have already lost their lives this year he also said that the survivors would likely be brought to detention centers in Libya where according to rights groups in the U. when thousands of migrants are held in inhumane conditions