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English  |  العربية 17:23:06, Thursday, 23 Mar 2017
 
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IOM Helps Stranded Migrants Return to Mali from Libya
On Thursday, 2 March, IOM helped 163 stranded Malian migrants – 151 adults, seven children, five infants – return home on a charter flight from Tripoli, Libya.
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Migration Trends in Libya 2016: Flow Monitoring Report
Libya - IOM Libya’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), has released its 2016 Flow Monitoring overview report, providing a comprehensive analysis of over 8,000 surveys conducted with transiting migrants throughout Libya in 2016.
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WFP welcomes Japan contribution for emergency food assistance in Libya
TUNIS – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has welcomed a contribution of US$700,000 from the Government of Japan that will provide vital food assistance to tens of thousands of Libyans affected by ongoing conflict since 2011.
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Workshop: Rapid city profiling and monitoring system for Libya
UN-Habitat, UNFPA 

22 February 2017 – Tunis – The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) launched the Programme “Rapid City Profiling & Monitoring System for Libya” (CPMS) as part of their support to the national and local authorities in Libya.
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Human Rights Report on Civilian Casualties - February 2017
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“Those not respecting human rights must be held accountable”
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UNICEF: A deadly journey for children: The migration route from North Africa to Europe

UNICEF calls for implementation of six-point agenda for action to keep refugee and migrant children safe 
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Libyan Detention Centre Staff Receive Human Rights Training
IOM has held a five-day training for managers and staff of Libyan detention centres on: The Promotion and Protection of Migrants’ Human Rights inside the Detention Centres.
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UN Welcomes Abu Selim Ceasefire Agreement,Calls for Implementation of the Libyan Political Agreement
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Stranded Nigerian Migrants Return Home from Libya
Libya - On 21 February, IOM helped 172 stranded Nigerian migrants – 110 women, 49 men, seven children and six infants – return home to Nigeria from Tripoli, Libya.
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