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Migrants detained in Tripoli, waiting to be expelled, November 24, 2022 | Photo: Reuters
Aymery (left), Emmanuelle (right) and their children sit in their shelter in Plaine Savo, in DR Congo's Ituri province, following a deadly attack on the camp in February 2022. | Photo: UNHCR/Hélène Caux
From file: Police officers in Paris | Photo: Christophe Petit Tesson / Archive / EPA
The National Commission for the Prevention of Torture was able to monitor 33 forced returns by air from Switzerland, from April to December 2021 | Photo: Pixabay
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
French Interior  inister Gérald Darmanin seen in Calais on November 28, 2021 | Photo: Reuters
File photo: A young Syrian man from Aleppo near the old bridge of Edirne, March 2020 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
The UK government is pursuing a hard-line approach on people seeking asylum | Photo: Henry Nicholls/Reuters
Intervention of police forces at the Permanent Center for Repatriation in Via Corelli, on the outskirts of Milan, to calm down a protest of migrants, mostly Tunisians, hosted in the facility, on October 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/PAOLO SALMOIRAGO
From file: Two small boats with 35 Algerians aboard, intercepted by the Italian Finance Police in Sant'Antioco, Sardinia | Photo: ANSA/ARCHIVE/FINANCE POLICE PRESS OFFICE
Migrants prepare meal at their camp site in Calais, France | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/SEBASTIEN COURDJI