Let them in. 74 human bodies, presumed to be migrants, have washed up on the coast of the city of Zawiya, Libya. The Libyan Red Crescent says aid workers spent six hours recovering the bodies, which were found near a torn rubber boat. Yet more bodies are thought to be in the area, as similar boats usually carry up to 120 people. The dangeorous Mediterranean crossing claimed 3,740 lives in 2016 (as reported in October) with the UNHCR declaring it a record breaking year for migrant deaths on the route.