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Algeria has denied criticism from the IOM and other organizations that it is committing human rights abuses by abandoning migrants in the desert, calling the allegations a "malicious campaign" intended to inflame neighboring countries.Along with the migrants who make their way from Algeria to Niger on foot, thousands more Nigerien migrants are expelled directly home in convoys of trucks and buses. The journey from Algeria to Niger is essentially the reverse of the path many in Africa took north – expecting work in Algeria or Libya or hoping to make it to Europe.In Agadez, the IOM camps are also filling up with those expelled from Algeria.
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