The migrants mostly from Togo, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Benin are stranded after they were rescued by the country's military from their capsizing vessel in the Atlantic Ocean.
More Than 100 Rescued Migrants Stranded
VOA, 5 August 2019
More than 100 migrants from Togo, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Benin are stranded in Cameroon after they were rescued by the central African state's military from their capsizing… Read more »
Stranded migrants in Ebodje in Cameroon
Fate of Refugees and Migrants in Recently Shut Detention Centers of Concern
The U.N. refugee agency welcomes the closure of three detention centers in Libya but voices concern about the whereabouts and fate of the refugees, asylum seekers and migrants who… Read more »
Lybia Shipwreck - There Are No Words to Describe Their Suffering
MSF, 26 July 2019
"We received a call yesterday in the morning that there were people disembarked at the military base in Khoms. We arrived at around 10.30 am. Our team was made up of one doctor,… Read more »
Renewed Commitment to Mediterranean Rescues Encouraging, but 'Overriding Priority' Must Be 'Lasting Peace', Say UN Officials
UN News, 23 July 2019
The heads of the two key UN agencies championing refugees and migrants have called for an end to their "arbitrary detention" across Libya, following an agreement on Tuesday by… Read more »
Avoiding the Next Tragedy in Libya
MSF, 23 July 2019
Late on the night of July 2, the Tajoura detention center in Libya was hit by an airstrike, killing at least 60 refugees and migrants held there and injuring many others. Doctors… Read more »
More than 100 migrants and refugees are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off Libya's coast in the Mediterranean Sea. A spokesperson for the country's ... Read more »
More than 3,000 people in detention centres in the Libyan capital are "at imminent risk of being killed or seriously injured" in fighting, says Doctors Without ... Read more »
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