Thousands escape Libya violence by boat

Many are Eritrean and Somali migrants who embark on a dangerous journey at sea hoping to find better life in Europe.

    Thousands are fleeing the fighting in Libya by taking dangerous boat rides to other countries.

    In recent weeks, more than 150 people have been rescued off the southern coast of Tunisia.

    Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports.


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