Months after deadly floods in Libya, migrants’ families still await news of the missing
Aid agencies say as many as 20,000 undocumented people were in Derna when Storm Daniel hit. Now their relatives, fear they may never know their fate
It has been more than two months since Storm Daniel unleashed devastating floods in eastern Libya, wiping out swathes of the coastal city of Derna, where Palestinian Lu’ay Afifi, his wife and two daughters lived. In Benghazi, 180 miles to the west, his 60-year-old sister, Sana’a, has no clue what happened to them.
“I have faith that my brother and his family survived this catastrophe,” says Sana’a, but her voice lacks conviction.Continue reading...
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