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List of Arabic Media Outlets

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Fact Finding Mission to Libya – Diaries by Sameh Habeeb

The ongoing instability in Libya and the complicated political situation since 2011 continue to produce security and economic repercussions across the Mediterranean particularly to Southern European countries. The complexity of the situation makeσ it almost impossible to soundly diagnose and understand the “politics of division” dominatιng the east and western regions of
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Domestic Abuse: MPs urge Government to introduce measures so migrant women access adequate protection

A group of cross-party MPs – including Diane Abbot, Jess Phillips, Nicky Morgan, Anna Soubry, Caroline Lucas, Dawn Butler and Harriet Harman – have written a letter to the Home Secretary Sajid Javid raising concerns that the current draft of the Domestic Abuse Bill “will fail to protect migrant women”. In the letter, the MPs say that migrant women “find it virtually
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“In Limbo” – Poor identification of Missing Leaves Bereaved Families of Mediterranean Migrants

Berlin – A new briefing from IOMs Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) shows that thousands of people lost in the Central Mediterranean crossing have not been identified. IOMs Missing Migrants Project database has recorded over 15,000 fatalities in the Central Mediterranean route between North Africa and Italy since 2014. Yet remains of fewer than 5,000 of those
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Awareness Campaign Seeks to Protect Venezuelan Migrants from Trafficking and Smuggling Networks

Bogotá – #TuVidaCambia (Your Life Changes) awareness raising campaign has been launched in Colombia to protect Venezuelan migrants and refugees from falling prey to trafficking and smuggling networks. This is a common danger Venezuelans face as they migrate through Colombia, as they seek places to settle, or while in transit to other South American destinations, including
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Call for renewed global push to tackle child labour in agriculture

On World Day Against Child Labour, FAO urges greater attention to addressing child labour in local food supply chains 12 June 2019, Rome/Brussels – FAO today urged nations to pay greater attention and allocate more financial resources to addressing child labour in domestic and local food supply chains and in subsistence farming where the vast majority of child labour in