The International Organization for Migrants (IOM), announced that 32 Somali migrants had returned to their country of origin, during the month of November, through the Voluntary Humanitarian Return Program (VHRP.)

The head of the IOM mission in Libya, Federico Soda, said that almost 6,000 Somali migrants are still in Libya, adding that many of them remain stranded there.

It has been reported that 10 returnees arrived in the Somali capital Mogadishu, with a further 22 in Hargeisa on November 18 and 23, respectively.


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