ATHENS, Greece – The latest on the continuing wave of migration to Europe by people fleeing conflicts or seeking better lives:
Five people, most likely migrants, have been found dead off the eastern Greek island of Samos, Greek authorities report.
The Greek coast guard has recovered the bodies of two men and three women, and are trying to recover the sixth in rough seas, a coast guard spokeswoman told The Associated Press.
No vessel has been recovered yet. The rescue operation continues, said the spokeswoman, who was not authorized to be identified because of the continuing operation.
Winds of up to 70 kilometers per hour (45 mph) in places.
Samos, which lies very close to the Turkish coast, is one of the main points of entry for migrants, most refugees from Syria and Iraq.