Evacuation today of 93 refugees to Italy from Libya. Five such flights will be organized over one year.
24Nov-  tents Camped at the UNHCR main office of refugees were burnt to ashes by #FursanJanzour forces.This came after the diplomatic security personnel approached the Yesterday protesters at the @UNHCRLibya headquarters & enhanced their plights with threats if they
NGOs und Überlebende reichen Strafanzeige beim IStGH ein und veröffentlichen Bericht.
On 12 November, the day of a big international conference on Libya, the Italian newspaper „Il Fatto Quotidiano“ published a reportage about horrorific fotos of refugees detained in Libya: The fotos are made in a police style, the goal are extorsions. The UNHCR spreads fake news. What is planning the conference in Paris?
call for demonstration
The Libyan military headquarter in Tripoli published a photo of training inititive of the so called Libyan coastgard, financed by Italy and the EU. On the photo, there is „Biji“ (Abdurahman al-Milad) as one of the chiefs, listed under U.N. sanction measures and wanted by Interpol.
The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime published in April 2021 the informal arrangement between U.N., EU, GNA and militias chiefs: The sanctions would remain without result if the criminal militias act in the future „on land“, creating diffulties for the refugees to escape to Europe.
The timing of the operation may lie in the pandemic’s impact on the economy and migration patterns in sub-Saharan Africa. While COVID-19 may have increased the desire to migrate, it also brought decreasing resources to do so and additional fears. Thus, sea departures to Europe of sub-Saharan Africans declined even as sea departures of North Africans increased. With the flow of sub-Saharan Africans diminished—the main victims of the detention centers and enslavement—the thousands detained in Gargaresh will allow militias to extort more funds, forced labor, and forced prostitution.
The Twitter chanel of the protesters. They publish regular updates about their impressive mobilisation.
NOW is the time for the international community to act.