Egyptian authorities on Thursday arrested four people in connection with the death of at least 42 migrants whose Europe-bound boat capsized off Egypt's Mediterranean coast. Officials said the four were members of the vessel's crew and were remanded in police custody for four days pending further investigation. They face charges of human trafficking and manslaughter. Authorities also issued arrest warrants for five more people wanted in connection with the tragedy, according to the officials. The Egyptian military said the boat was 12 nautical miles off the coast near the town of Rosetta when it capsized Wednesday.