Tag: sub-Saharan migrants

Niger condemns Algeria’s violent treatment of Sub-Saharan migrants

April 5, 2024

Niger government summoned Algeria’s ambassador to protest against the violent treatment suffered by Nigerien migrants who have been suffering rights breaches in southern Algeria. The ... Read More

Tunisia: NGOs raise alarm over dire conditions of Sub-Saharan Migrants in Sfax

September 16, 2023

Tunisian civil society organizations have sounded the alarm about the precarious situation of Sub-Saharan migrants in Sfax, in southeastern Tunisia, calling for urgent intervention to ... Read More

Assault on Melilia on June 24, 2022: Timeline of Events

June 24, 2023

A year ago, a group of illegal sub-Saharan migrants attempted to storm the occupied enclave of Melilia by scaling the metal fence separating the occupied ... Read More

Nine Sub-Saharan migrants found dead from cold, thirst near Tunisian-Algerian borders – NGO

May 17, 2023

The bodies of nine migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were discovered recently in Tunisia on the Algerian border, judicial sources said this Wednesday, quoting a Tunisian ... Read More

AU postpones sine die conference slated in Tunisia against backdrop of mistreatment of Sub-Sahara migrants

March 3, 2023

The African Union (AU) has postponed sine die the “Pan African Network Conference on Fighting IFFs in Africa”, a continental conference initially scheduled in the ... Read More

Tunisian president stokes racism against Sub-Saharan migrants

February 23, 2023

Tunisia’s authoritarian president Kais Saied is pushing conspiracy theories to the limit. After accusing the West of trying to undermine Tunisia’s sovereignty amid an uphill ... Read More

Tunisia: Scores of organizations condemn arbitrary arrests of Sub-Saharan migrants

February 17, 2023

Over twenty Tunisian and international organizations active in Tunisia, on Thursday, decried in a joint statement the human rights violations suffered by migrants from sub-Saharan ... Read More

Tunisia-racism: Sfax court hands five-month suspended sentence to woman for abusing black teacher

February 8, 2019

A court in the Tunisian city of Sfax has pressed a five-month suspended sentence on a Tunisian woman convicted for abusing a teacher of black ... Read More

International Press Denounce Algeria’s Brutal Treatment of Migrants

June 26, 2018

Algeria has been slammed by international rights organizations and the media for its notoriously brutal treatment of Sub-Saharan migrants who are often abandoned in harsh ... Read More

UN Urges Algeria to Stop Expelling Sub-Saharans

May 23, 2018

The United Nations Human Rights Office (OHCHR) urged Algerian Government to stop rounding up and collectively expelling thousands of Sub-Saharan, saying such an ill- treatment ... Read More