March 2017 was coming to a close when Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti gathered a number of local leaders from Fezzan, in the southwestern region of Libya, to negotiate a peace agreement in Rome. His goal was to end hostilities between the Toubou, Tuareg, and Awlad Suleiman tribes, and to regain control over the border with Niger, the main entry point for migrants.
Author(s): Zandonini, Giacomo
Publisher or Journal: Open Migration
Year of Publication: 2018
Document Type: Reportage