Migrants repatriated after 3 weeks stranded off Tunisia

Most of the migrants are from Bangladesh, and others come from Sudan and Libya, among other countries.

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    A vessel carrying 75 migrants has been allowed to dock in Tunisia after being stranded off the coast for nearly three weeks.

    The country has seen a rise in people seeking sanctuary after fleeing from Libya.

    And most of them arrive after trying to make the crossing to Europe.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports from Zarzis.


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