A report from the U.S. transmitter CNN had uncovered 2017, that refugees were detained in Libya under inhuman conditions. Now, Canada is not responding.
in Canada will take up to 750 refugees who have been held in Libya as slaves. The canadian immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen announced. "So far we have recorded more than 150 of them, and within two years, and a further 600 will be coming to Canada," said Hussen, who is himself a former refugee from Somalia.
Libya is a major transit country for refugees seeking to enter from there across the Mediterranean to Europe. In the North African crisis state, in which, since 2011, again and again civil war-like conditions prevail, they are retained, however, often under inhumane conditions. As of 2017, Reporter of the US news channel CNN traveled to Libya, they reported of migrants, which were sold in markets as slaves, often for a few hundred euros. The report caused worldwide horror and animated, with the canadian immigration Minster to Act.