According to the UN, every day, six-thousand foreign migrants are fleeing Libya across the Egyptian and Tunisian borders. So-called "transit camps" have been set up at the borders to help send the fleeing workers home. But if funds run out, those migrants could find themselves stuck. And for thousands of people who continue fleeing the unrest, going "home" is just not an option. Michel Gabaudan is the President of Refugees International. We reached him earlier today in Zarzis, Tunisia, an hour away from the transit camp at the Libyan border.