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Vol 50 No 7

Published 3rd April 2009


Libya and its African brothers

The row in Africa over migration weakens progress towards the African Union's aims of the free movement of people, goods and services across the continent, says Albert Ouédraogo, Chairman of Le Tocsin (the Alarm) a support group for expelled migrants. Almost all African governments have at some time expelled migrants from other African countries, say Ouédraogo and other activists.

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