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Special Correspondent — Sky News
As seen in:  Sky News, BBC

Sky News Special Correspondent, currently based in South Africa. Author of Colonel Gadaffi's Hat

Hunting The World's Most Wanted People Smuggler

news.sky.com — The hunt for the world's most wanted people smuggler took us through some of the most inhospitable places on Earth as well as some of the most dangerous. We traced the key human trafficking routes used by one of the kingpins and followed the same path through which his network has smuggled thousands of migrants.
Jul 23, 2015

Kudos @SkyNews. Extraordinary investigative report on the hunt for the world's most wanted people smuggler. bit.ly/1OnKVQd

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Hunting the World's Most Wanted People Smuggler

huffingtonpost.co.uk — There is no rule of law and much of the state infrastructure is crumbling with government employees complaining about not being paid. And it's here in Tripoli where the Italian investigators traced Ghermay to, where they believe he's living and from where he manages his multi-national human trafficking business.
Jul 22, 2015

RT @SkyNewsPR: .@Alexcrawfordsky writes for @HuffPostUK about #PeopleSmuggler documentary - @Sky1 tonight 10pm & @SkyNews Thurs 9pm http://…

Desperate Migrants 'Routinely Beaten' By Guards

news.sky.com — Sky News has uncovered evidence of beatings and poor treatment inside overcrowded detention centres which are housing thousands of migrants moving through Libya to try to get to Europe. Several of the migrants told us of repeated physical violence against them as their guards struggled to control the huge numbers.
Jun 22, 2015

RT @SkyNewsPR: Detained Migrants 'Beaten' By Libyan Guards - @AlexCrawfordSky Special Report - Today on @SkyNews - More here: bit.ly/1LeEos2

Jun 22, 2015

RT @SkyNews: 'A hell where no one can hear you crying.' We reveal the brutal treatment of trapped migrants trib.al/MtywU1h pic.twitter.com/AV5EGxXYO2

Jun 22, 2015

RT @SkyNews: .@alexcrawfordSKY meets a migrant locked up and so desperate he wants her to take his child news.sky.com/story/1506178/… vine.co/v/e5WBjZBPjpx

Detained Migrants 'Beaten' By Libyan Guards

news.sky.com — Sky News has uncovered evidence of beatings and poor treatment inside over-crowded detention centres which are housing thousands of migrants moving through Libya to try to get to Europe. Several of the migrants told us of repeated physical violence against them as their guards struggled to control the huge numbers.
Jun 22, 2015

RT @SunriseIsabel: A father begs @AlexCrawfordSky to take his only son, in his desperation to escape a migrant detention centre in Libya news.sky.com/story/1506178/…

Jun 22, 2015

Watch @AlexCrawfordSky shocking report showing evidence of brutality and beatings in #Libya detention centres. bit.ly/1TH2K13

Revealed: Brutal Treatment Of Trapped Migrants

news.sky.com — Sky News has uncovered evidence of beatings and poor treatment inside over-crowded detention centres which are housing thousands of migrants moving through Libya to try to get to Europe. Several of the migrants told us of repeated physical violence against them as their guards struggled to control the huge numbers.

From Revolution To Ruin: Libya's Battle With IS

news.sky.com — A line of fighters snakes down a deserted street in Benghazi, firing as they go, ducking behind shrubs and keeping close to brick walls for cover from watching snipers. This could easily be a scene from 2011, the year of the so-called Arab Spring.

Libya's PM Seeks International Recognition

news.sky.com — Khalifa al Ghweil tells Sky News his Libya Dawn party controls 85% of the country and deserves international recognition.

Libyan Colonel Confident Of Victory Over IS

news.sky.com — Colonel Ali El-Mahdi tells Sky's Alex Crawford he is confident of clearing Islamic State militants from Benghazi in eight weeks.

Mandela Prison Island Enters The Digital Age

news.sky.com — The prison island where South Africa's first democratically leader Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for nearly two decades is entering the digital world. Interested students, historians or tourists can now take a virtual tour via the internet of the prison cells plus the canteen where the inmates ate and the quarry where they were made to work.

Nigeria Challenger Demands 'Free And Fair' Count

news.sky.com — The man who has taken a significant early lead in Nigeria's closest-ever presidential election has told Sky News he does not even know the official timetable for any run-off, such is the quiet confidence in his camp. But the APC's Muhammadu Buhari cautioned an outright win would only happen if the count was "free and fair".
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Aug 30, 2015

RT @CPeterkessler: Since the crisis in Syria started until last July the USA had admitted 1,243 Syrian refugees, about the same no entering Macedonia daily

Aug 29, 2015

What a lovely thing to say! Feel unworthy but you made my Sunday. Xx twitter.com/marashanyes/st…

Aug 29, 2015

Terrible decision in Egypt. Can't help feeling 'dismayed' is a massive understatement twitter.com/annikasmethurs…

Aug 29, 2015

RT @sapperobscura: @AlexCrawfordSky it's terrible, how many more lorry loads of bodies will it take?

Aug 29, 2015

RT @djnicholl: @AlexCrawfordSky I agree, no European politicians are dealing with the cause of #refugeecrisis just the symptoms (ie events in Calais etc)


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