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Authorities are slow to document migrant deaths, the UN says - though some governments like Spain (seen here) keep books | Photo: AP/picture-alliance
Brothers Nico and Iñaki Williams, eight years apart in age, both play for Athletic Bilbao in Spain | Photo: Manuel Reino Berengui/DeFodi Images/picture alliance
Hundreds of people attend a protest against the Spanish police action in the Melilla border in Madrid, Spain, 26 June 2022 | Photo: EPA/DAVID FERNANDEZ
From file: Migrants rest at a holding center after crossing the fences separating the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco on March 2, 2022 | Photo: Javier Bernardo/AP/picture alliance
The BBC documentary alleges that people were forcefully taken from Spanish territory and dragged back into Morocco | Photo: BBC Africa Eye
Riot police officers cordon off the area after migrants arrive on Spanish soil, crossing the fences separating the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco in Melilla, Spain, Friday, June 24, 2022 | Photo: Javier Bernado / AP Photo
Spanish police with Moroccan migrants who arrived in a rubber dinghy in June 2018 | Photo: picture alliance/AP Photo
Migrants upon their arrival at the port in Arrecife, Lanzarote island, Canary Islands, Spain | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ADRIEL PERDOMO
Around 130 migrants were able to remain in Melilla after 'jumping' the border fence on June 24, 2022. At least 27 lost their lives | Photo: Private
Interior minister Gerhard Karner, translator Rasha Corti and Gerald Tatzgern, migration expert at the interior ministry, at the presentation of the campaign on August 23, 2022 | Photo: Press handout Austrian interior ministry  © BMI/Jürgen Makowecz
A group discussion with community leaders and representatives of migrant populations of Caritas Casablanca in the offices of IOM Morocco | Photo: IOM Morocco
Border controls at the border of Ventimiglia between Italy and France have been increased in recent weeks | Photo: ARCHIVIO/ANSA/LORENZO BALLESTRA