16/08/2018 
[Premium Times] The Edo State Government says it received 3,883 Libyan returnees between November 2017 and August 2018.
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[SAFA] The Senior Men's National Team, Bafana Bafana get back to business on 8 September 2018 when they begin their quest to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations tournament next year in (...)
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[Radio Dabanga] Tripoli -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will arrange flights for Sudanese people who want to return from Libya to Sudan, starting as of today. The decision was made a month after (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[CAJ News] Abuja -Some 24 Nigerians remain trapped in deadly conditions at Libyan prisons after turning down an offer for repatriation by their government.
 All Africa (Lybia)
   6/08/2018 
[Premium Times] Some 116 of the Nigerian migrants trapped in Libya slave camps would be repatriated home soon, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[Vanguard] Twenty four Nigerian migrants detained in one of Libya's slave camps have snubbed the repatriation efforts of the Federal Government, insisting they must reach Europe, their final (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[IPS] Cotonou -Last year, Mohamed Keita returned home to Mali after living and working in Libya for six years. Eighteen months ago he was arrested by security forces in Libya as he and other (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[Leadership] The federal government and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have rescued no fewer than 10,500 Nigerians who are victims of human trafficking from (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[Premium Times] The Deputy Head of the European Union, Richard Young, on Tuesday said that about 60,000 Nigerians are being camped in Libya.
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[Guardian] Lagos and Abuja -The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) yesterday said it had prosecuted and convicted 359 persons for human trafficking offences (...)
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[HRW] The European Union's obstruction of nongovernmental rescues and handover of responsibility to Libyan coast guard forces is a recipe for even greater loss of life in the Mediterranean and a (...)
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[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Migrants in Libya face the greatest danger in years of being trafficked, exploited or enslaved by armed groups and criminal gangs - which are becoming (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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(Sirte) The end of Muammar Gaddafis 42-year rule over Libya offers a unique opportunity for the country to end an extraordinarily long era of ...
 EIN News (Libya)
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(Sirte) Fifty-three people, apparent Gaddafi supporters, seem to have been executed at a hotel in Sirte last week, Human Rights Watch said today. The (...)
 EIN News (Libya)
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(Misrata, Libya) The National Transitional Council (NTC) in Libya should promptly open an independent and impartial investigation with international participation into the deaths of the (...)
 EIN News (Libya)
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(New York) Militias from the city of Misrata are terrorizing the displaced residents of the nearby town of Tawergha, accusing them of having committed atrocities (...)
 EIN News (Libya)
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   16/08/2018 
[Premium Times] The Edo State Government says it received 3,883 Libyan returnees between November 2017 and August 2018.
 All Africa (Lybia)
   15/08/2018 
[SAFA] The Senior Men's National Team, Bafana Bafana get back to business on 8 September 2018 when they begin their quest to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations tournament next year in (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   8/08/2018 
[Radio Dabanga] Tripoli -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will arrange flights for Sudanese people who want to return from Libya to Sudan, starting as of today. The decision was made a month after (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   7/08/2018 
[CAJ News] Abuja -Some 24 Nigerians remain trapped in deadly conditions at Libyan prisons after turning down an offer for repatriation by their government.
 All Africa (Lybia)
   6/08/2018 
[Premium Times] Some 116 of the Nigerian migrants trapped in Libya slave camps would be repatriated home soon, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   6/08/2018 
[Vanguard] Twenty four Nigerian migrants detained in one of Libya's slave camps have snubbed the repatriation efforts of the Federal Government, insisting they must reach Europe, their final (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   2/08/2018 
[IPS] Cotonou -Last year, Mohamed Keita returned home to Mali after living and working in Libya for six years. Eighteen months ago he was arrested by security forces in Libya as he and other (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   1er/08/2018 
[Leadership] The federal government and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have rescued no fewer than 10,500 Nigerians who are victims of human trafficking from (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   1er/08/2018 
[Premium Times] The Deputy Head of the European Union, Richard Young, on Tuesday said that about 60,000 Nigerians are being camped in Libya.
 All Africa (Lybia)
   31/07/2018 
[Guardian] Lagos and Abuja -The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) yesterday said it had prosecuted and convicted 359 persons for human trafficking offences (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
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[HRW] The European Union's obstruction of nongovernmental rescues and handover of responsibility to Libyan coast guard forces is a recipe for even greater loss of life in the Mediterranean and a (...)
 All Africa (Lybia)
   19/07/2018 
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Migrants in Libya face the greatest danger in years of being trafficked, exploited or enslaved by armed groups and criminal gangs - which are becoming (...)
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(Sirte) The end of Muammar Gaddafis 42-year rule over Libya offers a unique opportunity for the country to end an extraordinarily long era of ...
 EIN News (Libya)
   2/11/2011 
(Sirte) Fifty-three people, apparent Gaddafi supporters, seem to have been executed at a hotel in Sirte last week, Human Rights Watch said today. The (...)
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(Misrata, Libya) The National Transitional Council (NTC) in Libya should promptly open an independent and impartial investigation with international participation into the deaths of the (...)
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   2/11/2011 
(New York) Militias from the city of Misrata are terrorizing the displaced residents of the nearby town of Tawergha, accusing them of having committed atrocities (...)
 EIN News (Libya)
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