Rough seas have forced divers to postpone their search for more than 200 migrants still unaccounted for after their boat sank off southern Italy.
Rescuers have so far found 111 bodies, and 155 people have been pulled alive from the seas half a mile from the island of Lampedusa.
Dramatic video footage shows the boat lying upright on the seabed some 150ft below the surface.
Divers have described seeing horrific scenes inside the wreckage.
Corpses are crammed into the wreck and some of the bodies — even in death — seeming to cling to the sides of the hull, the BBC's Alan Johnston reports.