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Nigerians relive Libyan nightmare
Nigerians relive Libyan nightmare
On October 3, a charter plane carrying 140 Nigerians took off from Tripoli, Libya. A few hours later, it touched down at the Murtala Muhammed...
[Video]Slavery in Libya
[Video]Slavery in Libya
We look at how African men are being auctioned and being sold off to smugglers for as little as $400 as part of Libya's slave trade
Slavery dominates discussion at AU-EU Summit
Slavery dominates discussion at AU-EU Summit
Modern-day slave markets in Libya were on the lips of African and European leaders at the opening of a joint two-day summit of their continental...
A tale of human traffickers and Libyan slave markets
A tale of human traffickers and Libyan slave markets
Hundreds of African refugees are being bought and sold in "slave markets" across Libya every week, a human trafficker has told Al Jazeera, with...
How the EU is responsible for slavery in Libya
How the EU is responsible for slavery in Libya
Migrants and refugees being sold into...
Evacuate migrants enslaved in Libya, urges France's Macron
Evacuate migrants enslaved in Libya, urges France's Macron
Emmanuel Macron told university students during a wide-ranging speech in Ouagadougou that he would give details of his rescue proposal at the...
Plenty to discuss as African, European leaders meet in Abidjan
Plenty to discuss as African, European leaders meet in Abidjan
There was no room left at Abidjan’s inns, so many presidents who were personally received by Ivorian president Alassane Ouattara when they landed...
On travelling alone across the black Atlantic
On travelling alone across the black Atlantic
On my last night in “the colony” before journeying to Brazil, a rare thunderstorm strikes the Western Cape.
Toni Morrison's Beloved, 30 years later
Toni Morrison's Beloved, 30 years later
Published originally by Alfred A Knopf in September 1987, Toni Morrison’s masterpiece Beloved is a deeply moving, multilayered epic in...
Paul Beatty: Exploring race without limits
Paul Beatty: Exploring race without limits
During a conversational interview with Man Booker prize-winning author Paul Beatty in late August, he relates a story about going to hear author...
Meet the slave shipwreck detective
Meet the slave shipwreck detective
Staring out to sea on a flawlessly sunny day, underwater archaeologist Ibrahima Thiaw visualises three shipwrecks once packed with slaves that now...
Disruption all around us and we still haven’t learnt
Disruption all around us and we still haven’t learnt
Although the National Arts Festival is too gargantuan a terrain for a lone explorer to wrap his feet around, interpretations of this year’s theme...

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