Libya: More than 600 migrants arrested in Tripoli
© Reuters - Hazem Ahmed Migrants in the detention center of Ain Zara, in Tripoli, October 12, 2021. Two NGOs are worried after arrest, this Monday, January 10, 2022, some 600 migrants in Tripoli. They had campaigned since October 2021 in front of the Offices of the Office of the Refugee Office and were part of a group of 2,000 people rolled up at a raid and placed in a retention center.
they asked 3000 euros at each migrant to cross the border. View on Euronews © Polish border guards stopped several smugglers. Polish border guards stopped several smugglers.
It is at the border Polono-Belarus that several passers accused of trafficking of migrants were arrested by the Polish border guards. The detainees came from Tunisia, Georgia, Ukraine but also Syria or Poland.
according to Anna Michalska, representative of Polish border guards , in most cases, "people crossing the border do not want to stay in Poland. 90% of them want to go in other countries, mostly in Western Europe "
8 million euros
here, hundreds of migrants have left the region. Some return to Iraq or continue to live in camps ... Others try to pass borders, paying big sums to smugglers, as details artur szykula, spokesperson for the Office of the Prosecutor : "Treasurers have distributed a considerable amount for the group's criminal activity: 8 million 700,000 euros. Pouriers for example received the amount of more than 4 million euros. "
The European Union accuses Belarus for creating this migratory crisis by promising an easy crossing of Europe. For its part the country denies, rather criticizing the institution not to have welcomed migrants.
United States: 39 people missing after the shift from a boat off Florida .
The American coastguards suspect a "trafficking of human trafficking". © Provided by FranceInfo Research was launched, Tuesday, January 25, to find 39 people missing after the lapse of their boat, suspected of transporting migrants off Florida . According to the American coastguard, the boat, party of the Bimini Islands, the Bahamas, capsized about 70 km east of Fort Pierce Inlet Park due to bad weather. They suspect an operation "trafficking of human beings".