Al Mabrouc Wisam Harar, from Libya, and Mohamed Ali Al Bouzid, from Egypt, charged with people trafficking after bodies recovered from two shipwrecks

Two men have been arrested and charged in Italy as investigators look into the deaths of 26 Nigerian women and girls, who are suspected to have been murdered while attempting to cross the Mediterranean.

The bodies of the women were brought to the southern Italian port of Salerno by the Spanish ship Cantabria on Sunday, and prosecutors opened an investigation over suspicions that the women, some as young as 14, may have been abused and killed.

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