At least seven crew on board a Spanish fishing vessel are confirmed to have died after their ship sunk in Canadian waters.
14 of the crew remain missing, with three of those on board the ship which was based in Galicia rescued.
The Villa de Pitanxo (veea de pitanzo) is understood to have capsized and sunk around 450km from the Newfoundland coast.
A plane, two helicopters and four boats are combing the area for survivors, despite bad weather conditions in the area.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said the Government is in constant contact with Canadian authorities over the rescue mission.