Published: June 11, 2019
"We almost died," recounts one Nigeria-born woman, trapped in a Libyan migrant camp after a failed attempt to cross the Mediterranean to Italy.
The north African nation is effectively a failed state, the product of a brutal civil war between rival factions - with so-called Islamic State taking a role in the conflict.
But it's also a stopping point for people hoping for a better life in prosperous Europe.
Thousands of people call the camp home.
The conditions at the camp have been condemned - as have the Libyan forces in charge of it.
In video seen by ITV News, a guard can be seen in a violent altercation with one of the people living at the camp.
He leaves the room, only to return armed with a weapon - and proceeds to make threatening gestures at the migrant.