by Alex Neve, Secretary General, Amnesty International Canada
Last month CNN news footage caught on film what authorities in Libya and in Europe do not want you to see: migrants being bought and sold.
A damning new Amnesty International report released this week paints a shocking picture of how this terrible degradation of human life has come to happen. “Libya’s Dark Web of Collusion” documents the systematic human rights abuse of 20,000 refugees and migrants from all over Africa and elsewhere, who are being held in detention Libya.
Tortured. Deprived of food. Raped. Drowned at sea. Bought and sold.