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israAid works with traumatized women who have suffered sexual violence
Rescued migrants on board a Sea-Eye boat (picture-alliance/dep/sea-eye.org)
Migrants and police at the border between France and Italy in Claviere | Credit: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MARCO
A map of Turkey and Greece, two frontline countries that migrants enter from the Mediterranean Sea
From file: Police control at the German-Austrian border crossing Walserberg | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Revierfoto
First European Refugee & Migrant Parliament | Source: Mosaico Refugees (@MosaicoRefugees on Twitter)
From file: Migrants being rescued by the private rescue organization SOS Mediterranee | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/K.Karpov/SOS Mediterranee
Almost one in four refugees parents live separated from their child
Rallies took place in France and across Europe on October 6, 2018, to show solidarity with the migrant rescue organization SOS Mediterranee | Credit: Reuters
Authorities in Greece's second-largest city Thessaloniki are overwhelmed by the recent surge in irregular migration
This year, 476 rejected asylum seekers from Morocco have been returned from Germany (as of August 2018)
Unaccompanied minors from Syria have the highest protection rate, followed by youths from Iraq and Afghanistan