Evacuation today of 93 refugees to Italy from Libya. Five such flights will be organized over one year.
Tripoli: Fire and threats against protest camp at UNHCR
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
Libyen, Lager und Küstenwache: Internationaler Strafgerichtshof muss ermitteln, EU soll Unterstützung stoppen
NGOs und Überlebende reichen Strafanzeige beim IStGH ein und veröffentlichen Bericht.
Tripoli – EU: „Hybrid attacks“ against refugees
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?
Libya Evacuation Now! – Demonstration Berlin 19.11.2021
call for demonstration
Libya: rehabilitation of militia chiefs – detention camps, coastgard, smuggle of petroleum and weapons
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.
Libya: U.N. sanctions, EU conditions, and new difficulties to escape to Europe
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.
Tripoli Gargaresh raids: „Why was the operation mounted?“ – Brookings
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.
Tripoli protest camp: their Twitter channel
The Twitter chanel of the protesters. They publish regular updates about their impressive mobilisation.
Libya: Evacuation To Safety Now!
NOW is the time for the international community to act.