Third small boat wrecked, within a few hours, in the waters off Lampedusa.
Thirty-six migrants were rescued, including 8 women and 3 minors, by the soldiers of the V1300 patrol boat of the Guardia di Finanza.
The body of a young woman was also recovered.
The survivors and the girl's body have already been landed at the Favarolo pier.
The body was taken to the Cala Pisana cemetery, where the coffins rise to seven.
A second small boat sank off Lampedusa.
Forty-two people were rescued by the Coast Guard, including 5 women and 3 minors, but according to the statements of the shipwrecked there would be three missing, all men.
The group said it set sail from Sfax, Tunisia, at 10pm last Saturday, an hour after the first shipwrecked vessel.
Survivors reported being from Benin, Cameroon, Congo, Guinea, Mali, Sierra Leone and South Sudan.
Migrants: small boat sinks, 34 saved and one dead taken to Lampedusa - Chronicle
A 7-metre small boat sank in the Italian Sar area.
The survivors of the shipwreck: '20 are missing'.
The rescued migrants and the body of a man were taken to Lampedusa.
There are 21 landings on the island in a few hours: 819 landed on the island, over a thousand in the hotspot.
Tunisia, found the bodies of 30 migrants victims of shipwrecks (ANSA)
Another 204 migrants, aboard five different boats, were rescued by the patrol boats of the Guardia di Finanza and the Port Authority and were landed in Lampedusa.
The landings on the largest of the Pelagie islands rise to 12 (including the two groups of shipwrecked people), with 502 people, starting from midnight.
The last boats rescued had on board 41 people (7 women and 5 minors), 39 (6 women and 1 minor), 38 (9 minors), 43 (6 women and 1 minor), 43 (8 women) originally from Costa d 'Ivory, Burkina Faso, Congo, Gambia, Nigeria, Niger, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone, Sudan.