Spokesperson recently returned from Tunisia where he interviewed migrants and refugees subjected to abuses in Libya Ahead of the meeting of European Home Affairs Ministers, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have today published a 20-point action plan to address the current unsustainable...
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