Curbing of migrants affects Niger’s economy

The landlocked West African country of Niger is trying to stop the flow of migrants attempting to make their way to Europe. The measures are mostly directed at the economic capital Agadez, This crackdown is causing businesses in the city to suffer.

    The landlocked West African country of Niger is trying to stop the flow of migrants attempting to make their way to Europe.

    The measures are mostly directed at the economic capital, Agadez.

    This crackdown is causing businesses in the city to suffer.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports.


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