The Address | Benghazi – Libya
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Tuesday slammed conditions in migrant detention centers in Libya where would-be refugees are malnourished and cooped up with rampant health problems.
“These people frequently eat just noodles, without any added protein, often for months, in insufficient quantities,” MSF’s head of mission in the chaos-wracked North African country, Julien Raickman, told journalists in Rome.
The detention centers are frequently in inappropriate places such as former schools, hangars, and other buildings, sometimes with the windows bricked up.
Torture, rape, burns — these are just a few of the horrors migrants in Libya are being put through by human traffickers.
One witness told us what he experienced in a Libyan detention camp. pic.twitter.com/kZVY5xdzi2
— DW News (@dwnews) June 3, 2019