With democracy restored, Gambian migrants begin to return home

Banjul (dpa) – A group of 140 migrants voluntarily returned to Gambia this week, the first of many who want to return home now that democracy has been restored in the West African nation. They returned on Thursday from Libya after requesting repatriation instead of continuing the often deadly journey across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe,…

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