It's the "largest" humanitarian project the E.U. has supported.
The survivors told police they were a family of 10.
Displaced people need food and shelter on their journeys ― but they also need to stay connected.
A Sicilian farm offers them job training and long-term opportunities.
Fifty-three corpses of people fleeing violence and poverty were found on a single day last week.
"Refugees are just looking to live their lives as normally as possible."
Moving video recreates treacherous experience of a boy journeying from Syria to Europe.
Imagine living outdoors in a tent when it's 100 degrees.
At least 3,770 people are thought to have died on Mediterranean routes last year.
This year, for the first time since the start of the Syrian conflict, women and children make up more than half of migrants crossing to Europe -- and almost one in 10 of the women are pregnant.