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UN agencies scale up relief assistance for civilians affected by Libya crisis
4 Mar 2011 - The United Nations refugee agency today voiced deep concern that the security situation in Libya may be preventing thousands of people, mainly migrant workers, from fleeing to Tunisia, noting that the border on the Libyan side is now manned by heavil    ...Read More
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UN agencies scale up relief assistance for civilians affected by Libya crisis
The United Nations refugee agency today voiced deep concern that the security situation in Libya may be preventing thousands of people, mainly migrant workers, from fleeing to Tunisia, noting that the border on the Libyan side is now manned by heavily armed pro-Qadhafi forces. “From those that did manage to cross the border, we have heard that mobile phones and cameras were being confiscated en route,” UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson Melissa Fleming told a news briefing in Geneva. Yesterday less than 2,000 people crossed, a huge drop from the daily influx of 10,000 to 15,000 earlier in the week. “Many people appear to be frightened and are unwilling to speak,” Ms. Fleming said. Full story: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=37684&Cr=Libya&Cr1=
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