Sudanese man in Holot camp in Israel
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Life in Israel camp is a 'waste of time'

The BBC has gathered evidence that Israel is sending unwanted African migrants to third countries under secretive deals, which may be in breach of international law.

Adam is originally from Darfur, but came to Israel in 2011.

He was summoned to Holot, an open detention centre in Israel's Negev desert, in October last year.

At the end of his detention here he will face a choice, either to return to Sudan, or to go to a third country in Africa. If he refuses to leave he could face indefinite detention in Israel.

  • 02 Feb 2016