Repressive measures, destroying the traffickers’ boats and increasing the number of cruising patrols will not stop the growing number of refugees and migrants ready to risk their lives in the Mediterranean sea, according to a new Amnesty International briefing published today. Migrants across Libya face rape, torture and abductions for ransom by traffickers and smugglers, as well as systematic exploitation by their employers, religious persecution and other abuses by armed groups and criminal ga...

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