Black Migrants Caught In Libya Unrest
The United Nations says foreign migrants are fleeing Libya at a rate of around 6,000 a day. They have been arriving at transit camps on Tunisia's border with Libya, set up by the UN, to help repatriate fleeing migrants. Some 280,000 have already escaped to neighboring states. Host Michel Martin speaks with Nigerian technician Ben Asika Obi, who arrived at the camp after fleeing Tripoli with his family. Martin also discusses the relief operation with Jumbe Omari Jumbe, International Organization for Migration spokesman, who is based at the Choucha camp.