Tunisia refuses to let ‘ISIL-linked’ families leave Libya

Tunisia is refusing to allow a group of its citizens in Libya to return home. Dozens of women and children are in prison in Tripoli, accused of being linked to ISIL. Libyan authorities are willing to let them leave the country.

    Tunisia is refusing to allow a group of its citizens in Libya to return home.

    Dozens of women and children are in prison in Tripoli, accused of being linked to ISIL.

    Libyan authorities are willing to let them leave the country.

    Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Abdelwahd reports.


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