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Senate to investigate death of Nigerians at Mediterranean



Senate to investigate death of Nigerians at Mediterranean

RARDUJA | Media10th November, 2017

The Nigerian Senate has resolved to investigate the circumstances, which led to the deaths of 26 Nigerian Women at the Mediterranean sea.

The women, some as young as 14 are also suspected to

FG tells UN to probe deaths of 26 Nigerian female migrants



FG tells UN to probe deaths of 26 Nigerian female migrants

RARDUJA | Media10th November, 2017

Nigeria on Wednesday called for an international inquiry after 26 women and girls drowned attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.

The bodies of the victims – all believed to be Nigerians …

‘27,000 Nigerian migrants died last year’



‘27,000 Nigerian migrants died last year’

RARDUJA | Media – 6th November, 2017

Twenty-seven thousand Nigerians seeking greener pasture abroad died in their quest to reach Europe through the desert and sea in 2016, according to a non-governmental organisation, RARDUJA International.

The body noted that according …

Migrant advocate calls for transparency on deportation accords



Migrant advocate calls for transparency on deportation accords

RARDUJA | Media – 25th October, 2017

The Prime Minister’s office stated there has been ‘progress’ on issue of refugee-seekers.

Israel should be transparent about any new agreement with an African country enabling Jerusalem to forcibly deport African migrants, Ori …

Save the Children suspends migrant rescues in Mediterranean



Save the Children suspends migrant rescues in Mediterranean

RARDUJA | Media – 24th October, 2017

International humanitarian group Save the Children said on Monday it had suspended migrant rescues in the Mediterranean Sea as departures from Libya slow and security conditions worsen.

Migrants waits to disembark from the

Amnesty accuses Algeria of ‘illegal’ mass expulsions



Amnesty accuses Algeria of ‘illegal’ mass expulsions

Raduja | Media – 24th October, 2017

Algerian authorities have arrested and deported more than 2,000 sub-Saharan Africans to Niger and Mali in the past month, Amnesty International said Monday.

In what the rights group described as “arbitrary arrests” and

Gov’t to Try Once Again to Deport Illegal African Migrants



Gov’t to Try Once Again to Deport Illegal African Migrants

RARDUJA | Media – 24th October, 2017

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is trying once again to forcibly deport illegal African migrant workers, Yisrael Hayom reported Tuesday. According to the report, Netanyahu on Tuesday signed agreements with several African countries to …