The official result of Britain’s referendum on whether to leave the European Union—dubbed Brexit—isn’t expected to arrive until tomorrow morning, but just minutes after voting stations closed on Thursday, four final opinion polls indicated that “Remain” has narrowly won the day, The Independent reports.
Reports emerged Monday, citing an interview given to BBC Arabic by the Somali ambassador to Egypt, claiming that as many as 400 refugees drowned after their boats capsized between Egypt and Italy. The Greek Coast Guard and the Italian and Maltese rescue coordination centers denied any knowledge of such an incident.
Europol, the European Union’s criminal intelligence agency, reports that at least 10,000 refugee children have gone missing since arriving in Europe. Brian Donald, Europol’s chief of staff, worries that an E.U.-wide “criminal infrastructure” of trafficking syndicates is targeting unaccompanied minors, the Guardian reports.