The Libyan naval force on Thursday said that it has saved no less than 156 undocumented vagrants from the nation’s northwestern drift.
In an announcement, the naval force said that the vagrants were saved around 40 km off the shore of Khoms city, arranged east of the Libyan capital Tripoli, Anadolu News Agency detailed.
Out of the 156 protected, 24 were ladies and 10 of them were youngsters.
Libya’s northwestern drift has been a center point for transients unlawfully making a trip to Europe, since the fall of tyrant Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, according to the report.
Libya is considered as a noteworthy travel point for the transients to look for another life in European nations, particularly Italy.
As of late, a huge number of vagrants from sub-Saharan Africa have been protected from the Mediterranean Sea. They try to achieve Europe to escape outfitted clashes in their separate nations and procure an employment.
Europe is encountering a noteworthy deluge of transients who have been endeavoring to cross the mainland, generally through illicit means, since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011 and the spate in the brutality caused by the fear monger gathering, the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria.