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The port city of Arguineguin is at the center of the migrant influx on the Canary Islands | Photo: Marco Wolter
A worker sanitizes the area used by migrants at the Arguineguín port on the southern coast of Gran Canaria on Monday, November 30, 2020 after most of the camp was dismantled | Photo: Javier Fergo/picture-alliance/AP
Migrants enter a camp for refugees on Cyprus | Photo: picture-alliance / AP Photo/ P. Karadijas
Greek police officers on their way to approach two migrants | Photo: EPA/Dimitris Tosidis
From file: The number of African migrants who have reached the Canary Islands via the Atlanic Ocean has increased significantly in recent months | Photo: Imago Images/Agencia EFE/J. Melian
Czech customs officers found 48 illegal migrants, probably Syrians, in a semitrailer truck they stopped and checked on the D2 highway near Breclav in the Czech Republic on November 5, 2020 | Photo: CTK Photo/Vaclav Salek)
The Lebanese capital Beirut used to be referred to as "the Paris of the Middle East" but is now facing political and economic worries that make it far less than glamorous  | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/dpa/W. Hamzeh
Migrants sit at a security checkpoint on November 3, 2020 in the city of Khoms after they were intercepted by Libya's coast guard while attempting a journey to Europe | Photo: REUTERS/Ayman Al-Sahili
Migrants are being treated after a fire broke out at Vathy camp on the Greek island of Samos on November 2, 2020 | Photo: Michael Svarnias/AP/dpa
Asylum seekers line up at a government office in Germany | Photo: Imago/IPON
In October, more than 5,000 migrants reached Spain's Canary Islands | Photo: Europa Press / picture-alliance / dpa
Migrants on their way to Turkey's Pazarkule border crossing, March 1, 2020 | Photo: Reuters/M. Djurica