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
The Tunisian health system lacks so much funding that it doesn't manage to retain the doctors it trains | Photo: Moncef Slimi/DW
Othman Jerandi, minister of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia, speaks at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council during the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City | Photo: EPA/JOHN MINCHILLO.
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Young migrants at a vocational training in Rostock, Germany | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/B.Wüstneck
From file: A coast guard cutter that rescued a boat carrying migrants from North Africa, including several women and children, arrives in Lampedusa on August 3, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
From file: A group of Tunisians staged a sit-in in front of a church, asking to remain in Italy, Lampedusa, September 19, 2019. ANSA/ ELIO DESIDERIO
'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
Algerians shouting slogans as they march to mark the second anniversary of the popular protests in Algiers | Photo: EPA/stringer

A screengrab of a video showing the Mare Aperto operation | Photo: ANSA/Italian police
From file: Several boats have set off from Zarzis recently, in September 18 people drowned off the coast after leaving the town | Photo: DW
FROM FILE: The coffin of a child among coffins of victims of a boat sinking in a hangar of Lampedusa airport | Photo: ANSA/Lannino