Rabat - The closure of the AU-EU Summit bore fruitful progress towards the liberation of the alleged slaves detained in Libya. In the upcoming days, 3,800 enslaved migrants are expected to be freed and returned to their home countries. Morocco will put its airplanes at the disposal of the AU to help speed up the operation.

Video Shows Horrific Conditions Faced by Moroccans Migrants Stranded in Libya
Horrific Conditions Faced by Moroccans Migrants Stranded in Libya
Amira El Masaiti is a Morocco World News correspondent in Rabat.