Migrant Crisis: Libya Searches for More Bodies
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Migrant Crisis: Libya Searches for More Bodies

(BBC) – Libyan workers continue to search for bodies at sea and on shore after…

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Truck of Corpses, New Shipwreck Intensify Europe’s Migrant Crisis
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Truck of Corpses, New Shipwreck Intensify Europe’s Migrant Crisis

(Reuters) – As many as 50 corpses were found in a parked truck in Austria…

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Officials Rescue 367 Migrants Off Libya; 25 Bodies Found
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Officials Rescue 367 Migrants Off Libya; 25 Bodies Found

FRANCES D’EMILIO, Associated Press COLLEEN BARRY, Associated Press ROME (AP) — A fishing boat crowded…

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Libya Court Sentences Gadhafi Son to Death for 2011 Killings
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Libya Court Sentences Gadhafi Son to Death for 2011 Killings

ESAM MOHAMED, Associated Press BRIAN ROHAN, Associated Press TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Moammar Gadhafi’s son…

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Debunking the Benghazi Myths
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Debunking the Benghazi Myths

  (Politico) – Like clockwork, every several weeks, someone discovers a new document that, to…

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Many Would-Be Migrants to EU Die Unrecorded, Study Finds
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Many Would-Be Migrants to EU Die Unrecorded, Study Finds

  (Reuters) – Almost all the migrants who died seeking a better life in Europe…

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Libya’s Coast Guard Detains Almost 600 African Migrants
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Libya’s Coast Guard Detains Almost 600 African Migrants

  (Reuters) – Libya’s coast guard detained on Wednesday almost 600 illegal African migrants, among…

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Mediterranean Boat Disaster: ‘200 Senegalese’ Among Dead
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Mediterranean Boat Disaster: ‘200 Senegalese’ Among Dead

(BBC) – At least 200 Senegalese died in the boat disaster off the coast of…

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Libya Migrants: UN Urges More Effort to Save Lives
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Libya Migrants: UN Urges More Effort to Save Lives

U.S. and U.N. Failed Somalia
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U.S. and U.N. Failed Somalia

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   In 1991, I watched Somalia disintegrate. It was…

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