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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.
A Malian woman deported from Algeria waits at a water station near the Assamaka transit camp in northern Niger. Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Tunisian authorities are making efforts to find remains from the sinking of a migrants boat on September 21 | Photo Zarzis: InfoMigrants
Spanish police with Moroccan migrants who arrived in a rubber dinghy in June 2018 | Photo: picture alliance/AP Photo
From file, some migrants who managed to sucessfully cross from Tunisia on August 6, 2022 are helped by crew from the Spanish NGO Open Arms | Photo: Francisco Seco / AP  Photo / picture alliance
Insaf Boughdiri (left) is one of many Tunisians who have decided to move to Rwanda for work | Photo: Insaf Boughdiri
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: migrants in the forest near the Poland-Belarus border in November | Photo: Leonid Shcheglov/Belta/AFP/REUTERS
From file: Migrants rescued by the IOM in the middle of the desert in northern Niger in 2019 | Photo: IOM
File photo: Wrecks of boats used to get to Lanzarote from the African coast in Arrecife, Canary Islands, Spain, November 22, 2021 | Photo: Nicola Marfisi / Avalon
IOM confirms that on July 6 44 migrants were rescued in the Niger desert | Photo: @IOM_Niger Twitter feed
From file: An abandoned car in the Ténéré desert, in the southern Sahara | Photo: ANSA/AP Photo/Jerome Delay