Last night's BBC News at Ten returned to the migrant crisis.
It featured Richard Bilton reporting from the Italian aircraft carrier Cavour on the EU's latest response to the growing tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean from Libya and featured a short interview with Federica Mogherini, the EU's foreign policy chief.
The report described how the EU is getting so accomplished at detecting and intercepting migrant vessels that the journey across the sea has become a lot safer. Rescue is now virtually guaranteed and interceptions are now happening much quicker. Perhaps not coincidentally, there's been a 60% rise in the number making the crossing in the last six months.
Richard Bilton quite properly raised the fear that the EU's "military might" is making it too easy and that, knowing it has become much safer to attempt a crossing, more and more people will try and make the journey. He even put that to Federica Mogherini, who merely replied that life is becoming harder for the people smugglers.
His report did, however, continue some typical BBC reporting:
This is one of the 26 rescues since Monday - young children in a flimsy dinghy, the desparate who set off hoping help will come.
The dinghy certainly looked flimsy, but there didn't look to be many young children. It was nearly all adult males - as you can see from these screengrabs (click to enlarge):