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U.N. transfers 325 detained migrants out of Tripoli

Reuters Wednesday, 24 April 2019
The United Nations refugee agency has evacuated 325 refugees on Wednesday from Qasr Ben Gashir detention center in southern Tripoli due to deteriorating security and escalating violence near the Libyan capital.
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The UNHCR said on April 24 that 325 refugees and migrants trapped by fighting in Libya were evacuated from the Qaser Ben Gasheer detention center in southern Tripoli amid a worsening security situation and escalating violence. The refugees were transferred to Zawiyah, a town west of Tripoli, where,...

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