Eritrean refugees are left to die in Libya

Eritrean refugees are left to die in Libya

The UN has failed to protect refugees in Libya after the opposition launched their attack on April 4 to capture Tripoli. The refugees who came from Er...

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The UN has failed to protect refugees in Libya after the opposition launched their attack on April 4 to capture Tripoli. The refugees who came from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan and other countries of Africa in search of haven are under great risk with the escalation of the war. Andrea Gagne has stated elegantly the dire situation of the asylum seekers and the lack of prompt action of the international community in the article she wrote on The Times of Israel.

Source: The Times of Israel

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