EU gives Libya €50m to stem migration

By Andy Rice 6 October 2010

The European Commission has offered Libya a sum of €50 million to aid the country in policing its borders in an attempt to stem the flow of migration from Africa to Europe. Libya had asked to be granted €5 billion a year for this purpose, so officials aren't that impressed. However, the two countries did sign a migration co-operation agenda on Monday. Read more: News24

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