Between Two Worlds

In the absence of a government, Libya has devolved into a brutal marketplace of human lives
African migrants leave a detention center in Surman, Libya, after the militia that controls it sold them to another group in June

THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT AFRICA HAS PEOPLE who want to work. In fact, according to the International Monetary Fund, by 2035 the number of people reaching working age in Africa will exceed the number in the rest of the world combined. But Africa is not where the jobs are. And so every year, hundreds of thousands of migrants set off across

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