Human Smugglers and Saviours

Peter Tinti and Tuesday Reitano

How a network of criminals controls global migration

Return to Libya

About a fortnight ago, the country celebrated the first anniversary of its revolution. An Indian professor, now back at his university there after a gap of ten months, is pleased to see his students who had turned into armed revolutionaries get back to their books again. His report

The Red Hibiscus Revolution

My students in Libya were carefree, fun-loving, style-conscious and seemingly lazy. Then the revolution happened, and they took to guns and capturing towns


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