Time to Come Home - Nigerian Govt to Help Those Stranded in Libya
The government has put plans in place to assist its citizens, after it emerged that an illegal slave trade is thriving in the country, while Libyan authorities struggle to cope with overcrowded detention camps, the presidency has said.
Repatriated migrants say traffickers in Libya work with a network of taxi drivers who are supposed to transfer released migrants to camps - but they are often resold. Read more »
The African Union is calling for swift action to identify and bring to justice all perpetrators and accomplices, after a CNN video showed migrants being auctioned as slaves in ... Read more »
Protests took place outside Libyan embassies in several African capital cities while politicians are demanding an investigation and the prosecution of those involved. Read more »
According to the United Nations migration agency, survivors have revealed that hundreds of migrants along North African migration routes are being bought and sold openly in modern ... Read more »
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