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In this video, the BBC's Sally Nabil met one of the children of foreign IS fighters left behind in Libya, Jumana, and the grandparents longing for her return.
UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist for Libya.
Libyan municipalities have now begun banning militias from using children under the age of 18.
The local council of Bani Walid, Libya has committed to release, rehabilitate and reintegrate children associated with armed groups.
This report from UNICEF shines light on the dangers of the Central Mediterranean Migration Route for children and the particular vulnerability of unaccompanied migrant minors traveling along this route.
This article describes the recent rise in migrants and refugees coming to Italy from Libya and other parts of North Africa, especially the large numbers of unaccompanied children, and the efforts being made by aid workers to place those children in appropriate care.
This photo series, courtesy of Save the Children, depicts the experiences of unaccompanied young people who travel from North Africa across the Mediterranean in hopes of reaching greater safety in Europe.