Libya Urged to End 'Unimaginable Abuse' of Migrants
A new UN report documents how people smuggled or trafficked into the country face torture, forced labour and sexual exploitation along the route, and many while held in arbitrary detention.
The report stated that Sub-Saharan migrants were held in "connection houses," on farms, in warehouses and inside apartments (file photo).
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