Sierra Leone migrants return after abuse in Libya

About sixty migrants from Libya have been returned to Sierra Leone.

    About sixty migrants from Libya have been returned to Sierra Leone.

    This comes as reports of abuse in Libya which includes allegations of migrants being sold in slave trade markets.

    Al Jazeera’s Nina Devries reports from Freetown.


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