Inquests into the deaths of the 30 Britons, including four from the West Midlands, killed in the Tunisia beach massacre of 2015 will begin today.
Coventry Refugee Who Survived Crossing Med Tells Heart She'd Rather Have Died
The 26-year-old - who we're calling Salam to protect her identity - spent a year and a half coming to Europe and says no-one should see the things that she has.
It took a year and a half for Salam to make it from Eritrea to Italy - now she studies in Coventry and is helping other refugees.
She said:"They're working only for money, they don't care about your life after.
"They took $50 for a life jacket but didn't give us a life jacket.
"It's better to die in your own country - really, it's better to die in your prison of your country.
"It was very bad. I saw people who died, I saw everything - bad things."
EU leaders have agreed to triple funds for operations in the Mediterranean aimed at saving migrants lives fleeing their home countries.
Countries have pledged to send more ships there, and also plan to destroy traffickers' vessels.
A song's been created in memory of a teenager from Leamington almost a year after he was knocked down and killed on a busy road.
The family of a Birmingham student stabbed outside college have spoken to Heart of their frustration
Former Aston Villa and Wolves manager Graham Taylor has died
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