Libya

From file: Rescue ship Sea-Eye 4 in the Mediterranean Sea | Photo: Maik Lüdemann & sea-eye.org
The Geo Barents rescue ship, operated by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) | Photo: ANSA/MSF
From file: Members of the Libyan police force stand guard over some of the 70 migrants captured while awaiting departure for Europe, in Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA / STR.
From file: This drone is reportedly being deployed by the French authorities in the Channel, to fight pollution but also to survey migrant boats at sea | Photo: Sebastien Jarry / picture alliance/dpa/MAXPPP
Many of those who are rescued are victims of human trafficking, according to the Ocean Viking | Photo: picture alliance
From file: The crew of the Geo Barents rescued 71 migrants off a sinking dinghy in the Central Mediterranean | Photo: MSF_Sea on Twitter
From file: Migrants picked up at sea by the Libyan coast guard in Khoms, around 120 kilometers east of Tripoli | Photo: Hazem Ahmed/AP Photo
From file: Doctors Without Borders aid workers with migrants on the NGO's Geo Barents ship | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MSF
From file: Libyan detention centers, where around 6,000 migrants are said to be held, have been described as a "hell on earth" | Photo credit: Euro-Med Monitor
A Tunisian national coast guard helps migrants off a rescue boat in Jbeniana, Sfax, Tunisia April 23, 2022 | Photo: Wahid Dahech/ Handout via REUTERS
From file: Migrants picked up at sea by the Libyan coast guard | Photo:Hazem Ahmed / AP File
Some of the migrants rescued by the Geo Barents on July 7, 2022 | Source: Twitter feed @MSF_Sea