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Sub-Saharan African Migrants Face Old Enemy in Libya: Bigotry

Press Review, 12 September 2017

How cycling is keeping the fight for women’s rights moving in Saudi Arabia. Baraah Luhaid is determined to cycle freely, and she is encouraging other women to join Spokes Hub, her gender-inclusive cycling community (the Guardian).

Sub-Saharan African Migrants Face Old Enemy in Libya: Bigotry. For Africans, few legal paths for migration exist, so tens of thousands use smugglers to help them cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe (the New York Times - Paywall).

Sweden was among the best countries for immigrants. That's changing. Sweden has been famously known for its welcoming attitude toward refugees and its commitment to family reunification. Until recently, it had the most generous immigration laws in Europe (PRI).

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