African migrants living in limbo in Libya


The downfall of Col Muammar Gaddafi's regime heralded hope for a brighter future in Libya, but many migrants have found themselves in a state of limbo in the new era.

While thousands of Africans from neighbouring states were voluntarily repatriated after the conflict ended, others were branded as mercenaries and it remains unclear how many are still in jail.

Karen Allen reports.

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