Pressure on leaders as more migrants set to arrive

David Cameron will discuss what Britain can do to tackle the crisis, which has seen more than 1,700 people die trying to cross the Mediterranean since the start of this year alone.

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Captain 'charged with reckless multiple homicide'

The captain and first mate of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya have been arrested over the deaths of around 900 hundred refugees.

Meanwhile David Cameron has admitted Britain 'can do more' to help deal with the migrant boat crisis as he said he would break off from election campaigning to attend a Brussels summit on Thursday

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