UN Sanctions Six Human Traffickers in Libya

The six men - four Libyans and two Eritreans - head up criminal networks and militias that exploit sub-Saharan African migrants seeking to cross the Mediterranean to Europe and beyond. The sanctions, which came into effect immediately, will freeze their bank accounts and prohibit them from travelling internationally.

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Migrants (file photo).

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Human trafficking.

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UN human rights report urges end to 'unimaginable abuse' of migrants in Libya.

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