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BREAKING: Hundreds of Migrants and Refugees Stranded in Agadez, Niger as Fights Intensify in Libya

Every year, thousands of Africans try to escape various situations back home, heading north through the Sahara in the direction of Europe. Agadez, is right in the middle of it all, with it being en route to Libya.

BREAKING: Hundreds of Migrants and Refugees Stranded in Agadez, Niger as Fights Intensify in Libya
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