Libya

Baby Ali* was born on board the Geo Barents after the stress of the journey and rescue triggered his mother Fatima's labor | Source: @MSF_Sea Twitter
A rescue operation in the Mediterranean on Sunday, December 4, carried by the crews of the ships Humanity 1 and Louise Michel in international waters off the Libyan coast | Photo: Nicole Thyssen/SOS Humanity Via AP
114 refugees evacuated from Libya arrive in Rome on 30 Nov 2022 | Photo: Alessandro Serranó / Avalon 
From file: Migrants in Libya wait for a chartered return flight. | Photo: Mohamed Hmouzi/IOM
The fishing boat carrying 483 migrants arrives in Crete | Photo: AP/picture-alliance
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From file: Migrants on a rubber dinghy are pictured during a rescue operation, off the coast of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea, November 13, 2020. Picture taken November 13, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Stringer
483 migrants were reportedly on board this old rusty boat that ran into trouble south of Crete | Photo: in-time news/AP/picture-alliance
Migrants detained in Tripoli, waiting to be expelled, November 24, 2022 | Photo: Reuters
'We cannot manage migration on a case by case, boat by boat basis,' said European Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas | Photo: Jérémie Lusseau/SOS MEDITERRANEE
From file: Thousands of Bangladeshis are using the smuggling routes via Libya towards Europe, including these on board the Aquarius in May 2017 | Photo: Charlotte Boitiaux
Fati's choice to return to Ghana is met with incomprehension and hostility | Screenshot from the 2021 film 'Fati's Choice', directed by Fatimah Dadzie