At least 19 refugees drowned and up to 30 were missing Wednesday after their boat sank in the Mediterranean off the north of Cyprus, local security forces said.
Turkish Cypriot official says 16 people have drowned and 105 have been rescued from a boat that capsized off Cyprus' northern coastline.
Coast guard teams from Turkey also took part in the search and rescue operation, as the area is in Turkey's rescue zone as well.
That's according to coast guard statistics.
Rescued people have been taken to Turkey's southern province of Mersin except one of them, who was hospitalized in the Turkish Cypriot city of Girne.
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Kocamaz said there was no information about the origins of the refugees and migrants yet, adding authorities did not yet know where the boat had come from.
Turkey struck a deal with the European Union in 2016 in an effort to stem the flow of migrants, and agreed to take back illegal migrants landing on Greek islands in exchange for incentives including financial aid.
Proactiva Open Arms, an aid group, said Tuesday that after the two women and child refused to board a rescue vessel, they were abandoned when the boat they were on was destroyed by the Libyan coast guard.
At the time the US Navy reported seeing around 12 bodies in the water but were unable to locate them after the rescue.
Libya's coast guard denied on Tuesday having left anyone at sea and blamed any deaths at sea on human traffickers and the "presence of such irresponsible, non-governmental groups in the region".