Ethiopian migrants living in Saudi prisons, DRC volcano victims still displaced, and more
01 October 2021 | 4:05 pm
This week on The Observers, we start with the story of Ethiopian migrants who have been kept in Saudi Arabian prisons for months in poor conditions, with dirty surroundings and little to eat or drink. We spoke to Arafat Jibril Bakrii, a human rights activist who has been helping migrants to share photos and videos of their living conditions.
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