African migrants traded in slave markets in Libya

West African migrants are being bought and sold openly in slave markets in Libya, according to the United Nations migration agency.

The majority of the migrants are from Nigeria, Senegal and Gambia.

Listen to Crystal Orderson for more on this story in the Africa report...


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