Libya slave auctions: Reporting on the slavery trade (The Investigators with Diana Swain)



Libya slave auctions: Reporting on the slavery trade. Nima Elbagir of CNN talks to Diana Swain about her reporting on a modern-day slave trade in Libya. Watch The Investigators Saturdays at 9:30 pm ETand Sundays at 5:30 pm ET on CBC News Network.

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49 comments

  1. black people muslim farist change religion muslim and second, arabe people do back in midlest,,,, beacouse africo god he create africain people not arab

  2. This is what will happen to black americans if they don't get serious and stop partying and dancing.Nothing will happen until blacks world wide get up and fight and stop being passive thinking the caucasians are some sort of gods.

  3. ‘We’ve hurt murmurs about it’?! We’ve known that the slave trade NEVER stopped in Africa 🤷🏻‍♂️ There’s all kinda of videos showing that fact on the net already?!

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  5. Blacks got rid of whites in Africa who would have made Africa a place to stay …..now it's all black
    They want to go to a white mans land to get support and wats the point !.?

  6. This is the 2019 just about 21 century u don't see any Moors enslaving people especially in North Africa, even when they did in the past. Moors don't dwell on slavery like they do (Arabs)

  7. The reason why the UN hasn’t gotten involved in is because there is nothing to get involved in. The only people who have actually seen “black slavery” going on in Libya are them some outsiders. Libya is full of different coloured people and no one has came out and said that there are black people being sold because it’s simply not true

  8. So where is Beyoncé and JZ? Oh that’s right, cashing in on their own people in a different way and being worshipped as gods. 🙄

  9. The news today, complaining about….rhetoric yet Libya is hell right now to a lot of people. Speaks volumes about why the media deflects….as if we don't know why

  10. Doesn't matter what race or money we come from. We are all equal humans with same feelings and emotions. I am a South Korean born Canadian citizen. My heart thoughts and prayers are with you.

  11. The journalist is from Sudan. She is not shocked by slavery. She knows how Black Sudanese are treated and discriminated against in places like Syria, Lebanon, etc and elsewhere in the Arab world. Also, there is slavery going on in Sudan at this instant. She should go there and report that too. The reason why she was probably admitted is because they know that Sudanese Arabs have been enslaving those from the South in places like Darfur.

  12. les promesses vides sans espoir des reforms de fausse opposition de l'Afrique pour la libération du peuples? le meme peuples mourent dans les rue battu a mort? au nom de la libération du meme peuples? une revolution qui n'a pas de nom

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