Monthly Archives: June 2013

200 Refugees to be Evicted from Choucha Camp in Tunisia on Sunday

“200 to be evicted in Tunisia Refugee Camp Closure: NGO,” by AFP (reposted by France 24) Some 200 people in a camp in southeast Tunisia for those who fled the Libya conflict in 2011 will be evicted Sunday when the … Continue reading

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Depression at the Sallum Refugee Camp in Egypt

During the Libyan civil war, many migrants fled to neighboring countries seeking for refuge and protection. During the crises, much of the media spotlight was centered on the toppling of dictators in the Arab world. However, very little attention was … Continue reading

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Surviving Migrants sue France and Spain

Approximately two years ago, 9 out of 72 migrants survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean. It was not the waves or the wind that toppled the boat, causing massive drowning, but the lack of assistance by NATO, who stood … Continue reading

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World Refugee Day

The world today recognizes the valiant efforts of those whose sought and continue to seek safety and security in areas where they are not accepted as individuals deserving humane treatment. Let us remember and stand with the millions who are … Continue reading

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Libyan Treatment of Refugees, Migrants, and Asylum-Seekers

Libya has had an appalling record of mistreating refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers, both before and after the Libyan civil war. Muammar al-Gaddafi, the deposed dictator of Libya, had a nascent and unshakeable relationship with Italy and its former voluptuary … Continue reading

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