Rescued migrants describe life at Libya's detention centres

Migrants who were rescued by Libyan coastguard often end up in detention centres, where some say that they face ill treatment.

    Libya is a popular take-off point for migrants trying to get to Europe.

    But the journey across the Mediterranean Sea is dangerous; at least 1,200 people have died this year alone while attempting it.

    Those who were rescued by Libyan coastguard often end up in detention centres.

    Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Abdelwahed reports from Tripoli.


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