Templates by BIGtheme NET

Thirst’ kills dozens in Sahara Desert enroute to Libya

Your ads will be inserted here by

Easy Plugin for AdSense.

Please go to the plugin admin page to
Paste your ad code OR
Suppress this ad slot.

About 44 people including several children have reportedly died of thirst in Africa’s largest desert of Sahara on their way to Libya following a break down of a truck they were travelling in.

Reports indicate that the group was travelling from West Africa to coast nation of Libya with plans to board boats sailing to Europe where a lot of Africans are flooding to in search for better life.

Red Cross official Lawal Tahlif told BBC that only six women who walked to a small village survived the tragedy.

Sources in Nigeria say the group was comprised of Ghanaians and Nigerians who were “trying to get to Libya”.

Travelling in Sahara Desert is so dangerous because it is very large area where people are usually robbed due to lack of security since the vast piece of land is ungoverned.

The world has in recent times witnessed so many deaths of people attempting to cross to Europe from north of Africa.

Facebook Comments

About MalawiNewsHub Reporter


  1. Hello there I am so thrilled I found your blog, I really found you by mistake, while I was researching on Askjeeve for something else, Anyways I am here now and would just like to say thank you for a remarkable post and a all round enjoyable blog (I also love the theme/design), I don’t have time to look over it all at the minute but I have book-marked it and also added in your RSS feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read more, Please do keep up the awesome job.

  2. Faytech North America is a touch screen Manufacturer of both monitors and pcs. They specialize in the design, development, manufacturing and marketing of Capacitive touch screen, Resistive touch screen, Industrial touch screen, IP65 touch screen, touchscreen monitors and integrated touchscreen PCs. Contact them at http://www.faytech.us, 121 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013, +1 646 205 3214