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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
From file: Lebanese army continues its search after a boat carrying irregular migrants sank off the shore of Tripoli, Lebanon on April 24, 2022 | Photo: picture-alliance/Ahmad Said/Anadolu Agency
Many of those who are rescued are victims of human trafficking, according to the Ocean Viking | Photo: picture alliance
Some of the migrants were rescued by the German NGO Sea-Watch | Photo: Nora Bording/Sea-Watch/Picture-alliance
'Tales from the Border' - a Podcast in English by InfoMigrants | Credit: InfoMigrants
From file: Migrants and refugees drown off the Libyan coast on roughly a weekly basis | Photo: Sergi Camara/AP Photo/picture-alliance
158 people crowded onto two rubber boats were trying to leave Libya, headed for Italy. They were picked up by the Ocean Viking on Thursday, May 19 | Photo: SOS Mediterranee/Ocean Viking
The Iuventa crew say they saved 14,000 lives within a year of operation before the ship was seized | Source: Handout Iuventa10
From file: a small boat carrying migrants off the southeast coast of Spain, north of the Moroccan-Algerian border, in the Mediterranean Sea | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA
Migrant rescue vessel Sea-Eye 4 leaving the port of August on Sicily on April 6 | Photo: Maik Lüdemann/
34 migrants, rescued first by a container ship, were transferred onto the private rescue ship Sea-Eye 4 on Sunday, May 8 | Photo: Sea-Eye on Twitter @seaeyeorg
Disembarking from the Geo Barents after more than a week at sea, May 3, 2022 | Photo: 
Pantelia, Anna/MSF