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Report: 15 Somalis Immigrants Died in Libyan Desert
06/07/2008 01:43:00
About 15 Somalis have died as a result of thirst and hunger in the Libyan desert near the border with Sudan after they spent more than 10 days walking in hot desert areas.

The immigrants left from Sudan to Libya to precede their journey to get to in Europe to get better life.

The immigrants have declared that the vehicle they were traveling to Libya has got flawed at out-of-the-way area. Some of the survivors told Somali Shabelle English service that they are in the worst life condition because their skin has changed for hunger.

"I originally left from Kenya to Sudan, from Sudan to Libya, from Libya to Italy it was very difficult journey, almighty Allah I survived" Hassan Nor survivor said.

Somali immigrants face different challenges in their journeys to Europe. Last month Somali immigrant headed to Libyan from Sudan have been badly tortured and robed by armed militias laid checkpoints between the two countries Shabelle reporter in Tripoli said.
 

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