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Youths line up outside the offices of Demie, an evaluation unit run by the Red Cross that is responsible for officially recognising unaccompanied minors in Paris. (Photo credit: InfoMigrants)
In the camps at Porte d'Aubervilliers, migrants have only one water point | Credit: Wasi Mohsin, InfoMigrants
Mamou’s public transport station is the main point of departure for the city’s youth who often take a taxi towards the Malian border. Photo: Julia Dumont
Mamadou Barry Diallo (right) was born in Dara in 1949. For years, he’s witnessed the youth departures from Dara | Photo: Julia Dumont
Doctor Thierry de Revel says: ‘compatibility is based on blood group, not ethnic origin’. Photo: Pixabay
Aerial view of Lagos, the largest city in Nigeria. Credit: flickr
Migrants in a camp in Calais, in December 2018. Credit: Mehdi Chebil
Migrants locked up in detention centers in Libya say they lack food and water | Photo: Reuters
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was re-elected in April 2018 by campaigning against migrants. Credit: REUTERS / Axel Schmidt / File Photo
Afghan children, who arrived in Paris a little over three weeks ago, are watching an addict near the Porte de La Chapelle. The children (from left to right): Sana and her twin brother Mortaza, aged 4, and their younger brother Amir, 3 years old. They are accompanied only by their mother and their big sister. Credit: Mehdi Chebil
Welcoming migrants in the city of Briançon is becoming more and more difficult for the volunteers. Credit : InfoMigrants
The troupe from the Pierre Claver school performed Britannicus at the Mathurins Theatre in Paris. Cast members include (from left to right) Kakhaber Mchedlishvili, Tofan Dulat Zay (first row), Chaza Sayegh, Nawal Aboubaki, Khulud Mohammad, Rahman Amiri, Yara Alhasbani, Montasser Idhhiba and Ramin Sediqi. (Photo: InfoMigrants)