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Eight more missing persons’ corpses found buried in Tarhuna mass graves

The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons announced today that after days of searching and exploring the city of Tarhuna in the Rabat project, it discovered three mass graves located close to each other. Eight remains have been recovered so far. The searches are ongoing, it reported.

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Surviving the sea: A Ghanaian coffin-maker’s dangerous journey to Europe

It was just before dawn on 11 September when Stephen Donkoh was rescued alongside 113 people off the coast of Libya. They had already spent two days and three nights adrift on a rubber dinghy when the Open Arms humanitarian rescue vessel spotted them in the pitch-dark night. Many said …

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How the European Union betrayed Libya, and itself too

On 5 October, the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas co-chaired a ministerial meeting on Libya. The gathering was attended by ministers and representatives of the Berlin Conference countries that took part in the first meeting on Libya hosted by Germany last January.

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‘Senseless crime’: Nigerian migrant burned alive in Libyan capital

A Nigerian migrant worker was burned to death by three Libyans in the country’s capital, UN and government officials said on Wednesday, in the latest of a string of abuses that migrants and refugees have faced in the conflict-ravaged country.

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Turkey and UAE openly flouting UN arms embargo to fuel war in Libya

Turkey and the United Arab Emirates are carrying out regular and increasingly blatant violations of the UN arms embargo on Libya, fuelling a proxy war that is evading political solutions, a joint investigation by the Guardian has found.

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