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Tripoli, The Anti-illegal Migration Body in collaboration with the International Organisation of Migration IOM has announced repatriated 52 immigrants including 4 women and have been repatriated to their country including 15 women and 12 children. The immigrants left through Mi’tiga International Airport in Tripoli, the Body said on its SMS page, indicating that the process came as part of the voluntary repatriation carried out by IOM.
Source: Libya News Agency