Migrants from the Maghreb are intercepted at sea while traveling aboard a small boat on their way to Lanzarote. | Photo: Archive / EPA / Spanish Civil Guard
The rescue ship Aquarius in the French port of Marseille. | Photo: Boris Horvat / AFP / Getty
Refugees released from detention arrive at the newly opened Gathering and Departure Facility in Tripoli. | Photo: UNHCR / Farah Harwida
Instances of extreme abuse and exploitation in Libya are widely documented
The Aquarius rescue ship in 2016 | Photo: picture-alliance/abaca/C. Mahoudeau
An empty rubber boat reportedly used by migrants to cross the Mediterranean Sea before being intercepted by the Libyan Coast Guard | Photo: EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON
The logo of Dossier Libia | Photo: Dossier Libia
From archive: African migrants near Lampedusa, Italy in February 2014 | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Italian Navy Press Office
Migrants rescued at sea in Motril, Andalucia, Spain. They were rescued at sea as they were trying to reach Spanish coasts.Credit: EPA/MIGUEL PAQUET
The 'mother' fishing boat, part of an alleged new technique employed by traffickers. CREDIT: GUARDIA DI FINANZA POLICE
The feet of a group of migrants in Libya | Photo: DW/K.Zurutuza
Libyan coastguard boat carrying around 500 migrants, mostly African, arriving at the port in the city of Misrata. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/STRINGER