13 people were imprisoned on charges of organizing irregular migration and human trafficking in Libya 13 people were imprisoned on charges of organizing irregular migration and human trafficking in Libya

13 people were imprisoned on charges of organizing irregular migration and human trafficking in Libya

13 people were imprisoned on charges of organizing irregular migration and human trafficking in Libya
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The Libyan Public Prosecutor announced the imprisonment of 13 people on charges of involvement in organizing irregular migration operations and human trafficking, and withholding the freedom of others in the Kufra and Tazerbu regions.

This step comes as part of an ongoing campaign to combat human trafficking crimes and irregular migration that Libya has increasingly suffered from in recent years.

As part of this campaign, 197 migrants were freed from forced detention and torture to which they were subjected in illegal detention centers run by criminal groups.

The necessary health and psychological care was provided to these migrants after their liberation, in preparation for their resettlement or return to their countries of origin in coordination with international organizations concerned with immigration and refugee affairs.

In addition, the Libyan Investigative Authority issued orders to prosecute 76 other defendants involved in the human smuggling and trafficking network.

The Libyan authorities are working in cooperation with local and international security services to track down and dismantle these networks, in an attempt to reduce this phenomenon, which has been exacerbated by the political and security chaos that the country is witnessing.

These efforts reflect the commitment of the Libyan authorities to combating the phenomenon of human trafficking and protecting the rights of migrants and refugees, despite the great challenges they face.

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