Plight of foreigners in Libya “worse than under Qaddafi” claims Amnesty International
By Hadi Fornaji.
Many sub-Saharan Africans in Libya are accused of having been mercenaries for Qaddafi.
Tripoli, 13 November:
Undocumented foreign nationals in Libya are at risk of exploitation, arbitrary and indefinite detention, as well as . . .
- “Operation Dignity” gathers support By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 21 May 2014:
The movement “Operation Dignity,” […]
- Choucha refugee camp to close at end of June
Tripoli, 10 June 2013:
The Choucha refugee camp on the Tunisian-Libyan border […]
- Choucha refugee camp in Tunisia to close
Tripoli, 23 March 2013:
The Choucha refugee camp on the Tunisia-Libya border will […]
- Defence minister says army chief has “no control” over Bani Walid By George Grant.
Tripoli, 30 October:
The head of the Libyan armed forces, […]
- Refugees dying needlessly, says Human Rights Watch Tripoli, 16 August:
Dozens of refugees die needlessly in the Mediterranean every […]
- On the first anniversary of Qaddafi’s death – is Libya better off a year on? By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 20 October:
A year today Libya’s ruler of 42 years, […]