"This is the news in brief from the United Nations sick migrants and refugees suffering from tuburculosis of being left effectively to die in a Libyan detention center. South of Tripoli, the UN human rights office, OH Chr said on Friday, twenty two people are believed to have died at the Zinta facility of TB and other illnesses since last September spokesperson at Rupert Colville said to Berkeley's his need not be a killer disease. But in these circumstances, clear is, is killing people, and there's a must be a risk to more die. And as I said, does this other report with other people have been sent to a different place near the front line effectively today that, because they're Christians and the barrow facilities nears in town, Mr. Colville, also expressed concern? Advert ports that migrants picked up in the Mediterranean, Sea, and returned to shore by the coast guard have been disappeared, or sold to traffickers of more than two hundred. People delivered to the Alcom's detention facility on the twenty third of may only thirty migrants are still present. He said, highlighting reports that some women have been sold for sexual exploitation. The latest in a long list of horrific abuses, to which migrants and refugees are subjected in the troubled north African state today, some three thousand four hundred migrants and refugees are detained in Tripoli, according to h HR and staying with the UN human rights office. It has urged Australia to uphold press freedom after a decision there to investigate the country's national broadcaster for reports it ran on alleged unlawful killings involving troops in Afghanistan. His spokesperson rippled Colville, again, talking to journalists in Geneva thir-, freedom of the meteors, you'll know to very well is essential to the protection of human rights violations, often come to light solely because of the work of investigative journalists who play a crucial role in fostering transparency and holding governments and other national. Thirties accountable for their actions and Australia. Like any other state must abide by international human rights over Gatien's, including by ensuring that is national legislation is in line with international law, citing the UN human rights committee, Mr. Colville noted, it's comment that the police probe was incompatible with international human rights law to vote national security laws to suppress withhold from the public information of legitimate public interest. That does not harm national security s strikes, artillery, shelling and barrel. Bonds are responsible for near daily attacks on civilians, hospitals and schools in northwest Syria. You n humanitarian said, on Friday amid deadly violence in opposition held Italy, province, where a government, led military operation escalated in late, April the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer said that the hostilities had left at least at one hundred and sixty civilians confirmed dead and hundreds more injured. Since the twenty eighth of April. There have been twenty five confirmed attacks on healthcare facilities in the north west including on one. Ambulance, spokesperson Jens, locker told journalists in Geneva, we are seeing a military escalation, absolutely no doubt about that now after eight years of war in Syria. I think every time that we kind of reached the limit of the language that we have we speak about disasters catastrophes. This is the end. These meltdown humanities are recall, many of these words have been used here. We see something even worse, some three million people in lib need protection, according to officer which has warned that education is also under attack with thirty six reports of schools being hit in the north west by the end of last month. And finally, eleven UN appointed rights experts have called for an independent probe into what they say is a staggering number of unlawful deaths and police killings in the Philippines linked to the authorities. Self declared war on drugs. They're in their appeal to the UN Human Rights Council to carry out the investigation. The experts expressed concern over alleged killings of rights activists noting that very few independent and effective inquiries have taken place independent media and journalists have also been threatened. They claim while the law has been weaponized to undermine press and judicial freedom. The Human Rights Council is made up of forty-seven UN Member States elected by the UN general assembly its next session begins on the twenty fourth of June in Geneva. Daniel Johnson, UN news."