Seven bodies found

ISTANBUL: Turkish authorities on Thursday discovered the bodies of seven would-be migrants to Greece on western Turkish beaches. Police opened an enquiry into the drownings, discovered barely a week after the bodies of 36 migrants were found after boats spiriting them across the Aegean Sea to Greece sank. The latest bodies were found in Izmir province, which lies opposite a cluster of Greek islands, as migrants continue to flee war and hardship in the hope of finding a new life in Europe.