Scots photographer captures agony of thousands of refugees as they try to escape 'hell on Earth' in Libya
CRAMMED painfully into the hold of a small boat, a group of desperate refugees peer up at the sky.
They have watched friends and relatives die and endured days without food and water at sea.
Even before this, the migrants from across Africa and the Middle East have braved the anarchic “hell on Earth” that is Libya. To them, the perilous and painful crossing to Europe is preferable to their war-torn homelands and the lawlessness
of Libya, where they entrust their lives to ruthless people smugglers.
Our moving picture of the refugee boat is one of an incredible series taken by photographer... read more
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