From file: Migrants living in Greece take part in a protest back in 2020 about the government's migration policy | Photo: Picture-alliance
A survivor arrives in Pozzallo port after the shipwreck off the Libyan coast on March 13, 2023 | Photo: ANSA/Francesca Ruta
Bologna mayor Matteo Lepore on the balcony of Palazzo D'Accursio in Bologna | Photo: ANSA/Max Cavallari
A French language class in Paris | Photo: InfoMigrants
From file: Migrants stuck in Assamaka after being expelled from Nigeria in November 2022 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil / InfoMigrants
The Evros River runs along much of the frontier between Greece and Turkey, where Frontex officers support Greek authorities with surveillance and control of the border | Photo: DW
From file: Afghans stranded at Emirates Humanitarian City protesting in February, 2022. A senior US diplomat promised to speed up repatriations to the US | Photo: picture alliance / Rise to Peace via AP
The Italian coast guard rescued multiple people off the coast of Lampedusa on Wednesday, March 8 | Photo: Fotogramma/ROPI/picture alliance | Fotogramma
From file: Graves lie in rows in the old cemetery for unidentified migrants outside Zarzis, Tunisia, December 12, 2022 | Photo: REUTERS/Angus McDowall
Italian Interior minister Matteo Piantedosi | Photo: ANSA/Maurizio Brambatti
Toys are placed near white coffins of the victims who died in the migrant shipwreck at Crotone's Palasport in southeastern Italy | Photo: EPA/Carmelo Imbesi
Traffickers in Libya are accused of keeping migrants under inhumane conditions to extort their families for money | Photo: Narciso Contreras/Hans Lucas/Imago