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03 Oct 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga

(3 Oct .) - Darfuri refugees from Shousha camp for Sudanese refugees in southeast Tunisia continued their protest for the 15th consecutive day in front of the UNHCR office. The protesters are requesting UNHCR to resettle them in a third country.

Imad Mohammed Hassan Sagiroun, spokesperson of the refugees, told Radio Dabanga that the number of protesters reached (150), including women and children. The protesters are demanding to be moved to a third country as well as a review of the plan to integrate the refugees into Tunisian society.

17 Nov 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga

Displaced Darfuris on the Tunisia-Libya border were given refugee status

The United Nations Humanitarian Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) granted refugee status to 600 Darfuri refugees fleeing from Libya, sources told Radio Dabanga on Thursday.

01 Sep 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga

CAIRO (1 Sep.) - Cairo-based academic center says Khartoum should take moral and criminal responsibility

Tens of thousands of Sudanese refugees in Libya belong to the states of Darfur and South Kordofan, an academic research group said on Thursday.

The Sudanese Center for Contemporary Studies said that refugees in Libya face harsh living conditions, including killing, imprisonment, threats and torture. They also suffer from shortage of food, water and medicines.

28 May 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga

SHUSHA CAMP (28 May.) - Eight people were killed, 20 wounded and 20 are still missing -- all of them Darfuris migrants who escaped from Libya – in clashes in Shusha Camp in Tunisia.

13 May 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga

KHARTOUM (12 May .) - More than five hundred Darfuris fleeing from Libya to Tunisia demanded the United Nations to transport them to a safe country.

More than five hundred Darfuris fleeing from Libya to Tunisia demanded the United Nations to transport them to a safe country. A member of the committee of people fleeing from Libya, Adam Abdullah, told Radio Dabanga that they are facing difficult circumstances. Organziations are not providing water and shelter for them and he renewed his their appeal to the UN to move quickly to solve the problem.