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New migrants brought to Libya center hit by deadly air strike

More migrants have been moved to a detention center in Libya’s capital where an air strike killed more than 50 last week, despite a risk it could be hit again which led to survivors being evacuated

According to an aid group, around 95 migrants were moved to the Tajoura center in Tripoli on Thursday, some rounded up in the local community and others transferred from another detention center in the city.

Around 95 migrants were moved to the Tajoura center in Tripoli on Thursday, some rounded up in the local community and others transferred from another detention center in the city, the aid group said.

Earlier in the week migrants left at the center after the July 3 bombing. Some of whom were sleeping in the open for fear of another strike, were either released or evacuated, following appeals from the United Nations.

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