The Turkish Coast Guard has captured 83 people trying to cross into Italy illegally from the Aegean resort town of Çeşme, in a U.S.-flagged luxury yacht. Some 82 of the smuggled migrants were Syrian. Three more people on board, all of whom were Ukrainians, were also detained on suspicion they were part of the crew. Gendarmerie forces also detained one Ukrainian, one Iraqi and two other people as suspected human traffickers. The migrants reportedly paid $5,500 per person to the human traffickers, the sources said.