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EUROPE-MIGRANTS/SENEGAL
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July 07, 2015
Nfamara Diawarra (C, in gray), 36, poses for a picture with his family in Segoucoura, Senegal, June 18,...
SEGOUCOURA, Senegal
Nfamara Diawarra poses for a picture with his family in Segoucoura, Senegal
Nfamara Diawarra (C, in gray), 36, poses for a picture with his family in Segoucoura, Senegal, June 18, 2015. Senegal is the sixth largest nation of origin for migrants so far this year, according to the International Migration Organization (IOM). The countries ahead of it on the list are fraught with conflict or concerns over rights abuses. By contrast, Senegal is among Africa's most stable democracies, with a 5 percent economic growth rate that would be the envy of many European nations. Diawara, a father of three, was repatriated from Libya by the IOM recently at his own request after suffering abuse at the hands of traffickers. Picture taken June 18. REUTERS/Makini Brice
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