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English  |  العربية 07:47:57, Tuesday, 23 May 2017
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IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix: 381,463 Migrants in Libya
Libya - IOM, the UN Migration Agency has found that the trip to Libya is reportedly costing more for a larger proportion of migrants from Sudan and Nigeria. In 2016, 60 percent of Nigerian respondents and 41 percent of Sudanese respondents reported paying between USD 1,000 and 5,000 for their journey to Libya.
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UN Humanitarian Coordinator and WHO condemn attack on Sebha Medical Center, Libya
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The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General - Message on World Press Freedom Day
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IOM Libya Helps 421 Stranded African Migrants Return Home
Libya - On 25 April, IOM, the UN Migration Agency helped 253 stranded Nigerian migrants – 148 women and 105 men – return home to Nigeria from Libya. The group included six children, five infants and two medical cases. Most of the migrants (235) had been detained in Trig al Seka and Abu Slim detention centres in Tripoli, with the remainder living in urban areas.
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