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Libya: More than 600 migrants arrested in Tripoli
© Reuters - Hazem Ahmed Migrants in the detention center of Ain Zara, in Tripoli, October 12, 2021. Two NGOs are worried after arrest, this Monday, January 10, 2022, some 600 migrants in Tripoli. They had campaigned since October 2021 in front of the Offices of the Office of the Refugee Office and were part of a group of 2,000 people rolled up at a raid and placed in a retention center.
victims of extortion or kidnapping, they ask the authorities to be able to transit for free to Mexico to travel to the United States. View on euronews
they were hundreds to mobilize at tapachula in southern Mexico. These migrants require that the authorities allow them to transit freely by the country so that they can go to the United States. They warned that they would launch the first Caravan of 2022 migrants if they did not have an immediate government response. showing before the offices of the Mexican Refugee Aid Commission and the National Institute of Migration, strongly kept, blocked migrants say
Polono-Belarus border: several passers accused of trafficking of migrants arrested
they asked 3000 euros at each migrant to cross the border. View on Euronews © Polish border guards stopped several smugglers. Polish border guards stopped several smugglers. It is at the border Polono-Belarus that several passers accused of trafficking of migrants were arrested by the Polish border guards. The detainees came from Tunisia, Georgia, Ukraine but also Syria or Poland.
that they are extorted
by criminals and that they were victims of kidnappings. Several cases of removal of migrants have been reported to Tapachula and in other parts of Mexico. Criminals contact the migrant family in the United States and ask for money for the release of their parent. Your Browser Does Not Support This Video Requirements for their VisaMany migrants, from South America or Central, risk their lives in a long and perilous journey through Mexico during which they are Faced with the
In December, Mexico announced newvisa requirements for Venezuelans following an increase in the number of arrivals from that country struck by the crisis. Many hope to win the United States.
On December 9, a trailer carrying 160 migrantsin an irregular situation hit a pedestrian bridge on an
highway from Chiapas (south), making 56 dead and 104 wounded, mostly from Guatemala. This tragedy occurred after the reactivation of a controversial American program that requires migrants to wait in Mexicothe answer to their asylum application.
More than 190,000 people without paperswere apprehended in Mexico between January and September 2021, three times more than 2020.
Some 74,300 people were expelled.
United States: 39 people missing after the shift from a boat off Florida .
The American coastguards suspect a "trafficking of human trafficking". © Provided by FranceInfo Research was launched, Tuesday, January 25, to find 39 people missing after the lapse of their boat, suspected of transporting migrants off Florida . According to the American coastguard, the boat, party of the Bimini Islands, the Bahamas, capsized about 70 km east of Fort Pierce Inlet Park due to bad weather. They suspect an operation "trafficking of human beings".