28 June 2017

Over 8,000 Migrants From Mediterranean Rescued In 48 Hours

The price of war
Published on Jun 28, 2017
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In tonight's edition: over 8,000 migrants have been rescued off the coast of Libya since the start of the week; unrest continues in Morocco's northern Rif region; and political tensions in Democratic Republic of Congo have brought Tout-Puissant Mazembe's football academy to its knees.
It’s been a busy few days in Libyan waters, with thousands of migrants rescued in 48 hours. Those making the risky journey are plucked from the water by coastguard, military and private aid boats.
Also, protests continue in Morocco’s northern Rif region. Dozens more are arrested as police come down hard on demonstrators who take to the streets despite roadblocks.
And political rivalries in DR Congo jeopardise the finances of one of the country’s top football training centres. Tout-Puissant Mazembe academy is struggling to stay afloat after its founder, opposition figure Moise Katumbi, left the country and was later jailed in absentia.

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