Lebanese citizen Wissam Tellawi, who lost his wife and children in the mid-September shipwreck between Lebanon and Syria | Photo: ANSA
Fuad Hoblos, the Lebanese castaway who returned home after over 2 months of detention in Syria | Credit: US-funded pan-Arab TV Alhurra
114 refugees evacuated from Libya arrive in Rome on 30 Nov 2022 | Photo: Alessandro Serranó / Avalon 
Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: Imago Images / P. Scheiber
DW examines Lebanon's declared policy to send Syrians home | Photo: Picture alliance
Jihad Michlawi, 31 recounts his experiences to Associated Press at his home in the Beirut suburb of Burj Hammoud, Lebanon, on September 27, 2022 | Photo: Bilal Hussein / picture alliance/AP
Relatives mourn for Palestinian Rawad Tareq Sayyed who died as a result of the sinking of a migrant boat off the coast of Syria, during a funeral ceremony at Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon on September 24, 2022 | Photo: Hussam Shbaro / Anadolu Agency / picture-alliance
Survivors of the shipwreck on September 22, 2022, were taken to a hospital in Tartus in Syria | Photo: Reuters
From file: Lebanon has become a launching pad for dangerous migration by sea to Europe | Photo: EPA/Wael Hamzeh
A photo provided by Turkish coast guards shows the reported rescue of migrants in the Aegean | Photo: Turkish Coast Guard Command/AA/picture alliance
There is no coordinated search and rescue operation for migrants in the Mediterranean | Photo: DW/Y.Gostoli
Syrian refugee Bashar Abdel-Saud was tortured and died in a detention facility in Lebanon, according to Amnesty International | Photo: privat (via amnesty.org)