A crackdown appears to be pushing the problem across the border in north Africa, with dozens of bodies now washing ashore
“The dead are someone’s husband, someone’s child, wife, sister or brother. Would you bury your loved ones in this manner?”
The short Tunisian man gestures towards makeshift graves containing the bodies of dozens of drowned migrants. This may have become a common enough sight across the border in Libya in recent years. Now a crackdown on people trafficking in that country appears to be pushing the problem into Tunisia.