Illegal migrants sit inside the Ganzour shelter after being transferred from in the airport road due to fighting in the Libyan capital Tripoli on September 5, 2018. / AFP / Mahmud TURKIA
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Aid group Doctors Without Borders Friday urged the evacuation of thousands of migrants trapped in detention centers in Libya's capital Tripoli, which is under a fragile ceasefire after deadly clashes.Doctors Without Borders (MSF), said migrants in squalid detention centers close to the frontline could yet come under shelling and artillery fire.Ibrahim Younis, MSF's mission chief in Libya, said food supplies to the detention centers were sparse as international groups had been forced to suspend their work due to the clashes.Some 8,000 people picked up by the Libyan coastguard while trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe are being indefinitely held in detention centers, according to the UNHCR.
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