"Our concerns are the wide-scale roundups and detentions that are creating a climate of fear," said Samuel Cheung, a senior protection officer for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Tripoli.
He said that many migrant workers from sub-Saharan Africa "are afraid of moving around in the streets".
A special exhibition is offering visitors a unique insight into the lives, characters and stories of Drumshanbo Town and its environs.
Glimpses of the Past, housed in a building which formed the original gateway to Durkins shop yard on Bridge Street, boasts memorabilia, photographs and documents recording the history of the area from the 1800s right up to the 1980s.
Even those without obvious links to the town have come to visit the exhibition and organisers say they have been delighted with the response to date.
The exhibition has been loosely split into three sections: the Old Narrow Gauge Railway; Drumshanbo’s streets and Community and Energy.
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