Red Cross: Up to 35 migrants died in sea ordeal off Spanish coast

The Spanish Red Cross says 25 African migrants rescued after spending three days adrift in the Mediterranean say up to 35 people died in the ordeal. Red Cross Malaga office director Francisco Roman says the boat was spotted by a freighter Monday evening. He says crew on the cargo ship took the Africans abroad and took them to the southern city of Malaga. Roman told The Associated Press Tuesday that survivors said there 50 or 60 people on the boat originally and that the bodies of the dead were thrown overboard.