The Italian government said Sunday that dozens of rival tribes in southern Libya had agreed to cooperate on securing the country’s borders in an effort to curb the influx of migrants trying to reach Europe.
Italy’s interior ministry said the 60 tribal leaders – notably the Tuareg of the southwest, the Toubou of the southeast, and the Arab tribe of Awlad Suleiman – had reached the 12-point deal after 72 hours of secret talks in Rome.
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Security and Risk Report 15/03/23
MAST’s security report issue 365 is available to read now. In the Gulf of Guinea, two incidents have been reported in the period observed. Nigeria’s