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IMI's Hein de Haas adds his voice to the debate on the current unrest in the Middle East and North Africa

In his personal blog, IMI Senior Researcher Hein de Haas considers the risk of violence towards sub-Saharan African migrants in Libya.

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Please note that the content of this blog does not necessarily reflect the views of the International Migration Institute or the University of Oxford.

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