Interior minister of Government of National Accord says it is reviewing closure of shelters, release of illegal migrants to ensure their safety, security amid outrage over plight of those still trapped in Libya.
A divided UN Security Council failed to condemn deadly attack on a migrant detention centre in Tripoli that killed 44 people. UN Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame said that the attack could constitute a "war crime".
At least 376 people have been killed and thousands displaced since fighting erupted last month in the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Despite the growing humanitarian crisis, clashes continue with little progress.
In Tunisia, the country's black minority and sub-Saharan immigrants have constantly reported attacks and abuse. This has led to the Tunisian Parliament to pass an anti-racism law and make its first conviction.
Foreign migrants living in Lebanon have launched “Msh Gharib” (Not Foreign), a radio program which seeks to break stereotypes of migrants in the country. The migrants usually face much discrimination in the country due to their skin colour.