Italian minister defends methods that led to 87% drop in migrants from Libya

Interior minister Marco Minniti went to Libya in an attempt to reduce migrant flows, earning praise and condemnation in equal measure for his approach

In his eight months in office, Marco Minniti, the austere Italian interior minister, has overseen a huge reduction in the number of African migrants and refugees reaching Italian shores from Libya.

At the last count in August, the figure was 87% down on the previous year.

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Link to article: www.theguardian.com/world/2017/sep/07/italian-minister-migrants-libya-marco-minniti

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