Tunisia turns back Ivorian migrants to Libya despite safety concerns

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 8/08/2019
Tunis, Aug 7, 2019 – The United Nations sounded the alarm Wednesday over the safety of 36 Ivorian migrants, including children and women, turned back by Tunisian authorities on the border with Libya. The UN office in Tunis said it had been informed that the migrants, including a pregnant woman, (...)
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