The displaced children of Libya

The sons and daughters of those who fled from fighting wonder when they can go home.


    Amid the military battles and the diplomatic wrangling, there are the children of the displaced.

    Many evacuees fleeing the fighting along Libya's coast have been left without access to all the medical facilites and support they desperately need. The children may not grasp the geopolitics of the situation - but they do want to go home.

    Al Jazeera's Sue Turton, reporting from Ajdabiya, tells the story of Libya's displaced children.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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