Libyan slave trade takes center stage at AU- EU summit
A joint task force has been set up to tackle slavery in Libya.
The crisis has been a central theme at the AU-EU Summit underway in the Ivory Coast.
More than 80 leaders from Africa and Europe have gathered in Abidjan.
Africa correspondent Jean-Jacques Cornish has more on the event.
Emmanual Macron the new French president has called it a crime against humanity and he has called for military and police action to stop it.Jean-Jacques Cornish, EWN correspondent
Countries are very careful not to blame Libya for it, but Macron is saying we have to help to bring the migrants held in Libya home.Jean-Jacques Cornish, EWN correspondent
The Libyans are saying this is all being overblown and calling it fake news.Jean-Jacques Cornish, EWN correspondent
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