Africa: Senegalese Returnees From Libya, Niger Face Uncertain Future
Bouba Diop looks in delight at his uncle's newly refurbished food canteen in the poor township of Keur Massar on the outskirts of the Senegalese capital Dakar. Read more »
Libya: A Crisis Deepens in Libya but Where Are the Cameras?
Perhaps no major political or humanitarian disaster is as overlooked as the ongoing crisis in Libya. For example, although the New York Times in September 2017 published a total of… Read more »
Africa: One Migrant's Brutal Odyssey Through Libya
Thirty-year-old Nazir Mohammed sits on one of the two sofas in his single room in Kwame Danso, a small town about 290 kilometres north of Ghana's capital Accra, reflecting on life… Read more »
December 13, 2017
Libya: Up to One Million Enslaved Migrants, Victims of 'Europe's Complicity'
"European governments are knowingly complicit in the torture and abuse of tens of thousands of refugees and migrants detained by Libyan immigration authorities in appalling… Read more »
May 09, 2017
Africa: Migrants Bought and Sold Openly in Libya 'Slave Markets'
Hundreds of migrants along North African migration routes are being bought and sold openly in modern day 'slave markets' in Libya, survivors have told the United Nations migration… Read more »
March 23, 2017
Libya: Women and Tribal Leaders Call for 'Balanced' Libyan Peace Process
A delegation of Libyan tribal leaders and women leaders has called on the UN to take a balanced approach to the Libyan peace process. Read more »
August 22, 2016
Africa: US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty
The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which was aimed at curbing the flow of small arms and light weapons to war zones and politically-repressive regimes, is being openly violated by some… Read more »
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