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Around 300 people live under the A1 national highway in the Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis camp. Credit: InfoMigrants
"The situation for migrants in Libya is worse than it has ever been" | Photo: Reuters
Sophie gave birth to her son in a hospital in Göteborg, Sweden, in 2016 | Photo: Pixabay
According to IOM, more than 1,600 people live in the Malakasa migrant camp, north of Athens. Last week, the camp recorded its first confirmed coronavirus case, resulting in the “full sanitary isolation” of the camp | Photo: InfoMigrants
More than 1,600 people live in the Malakasa camp while they wait for their asylum applications to be processed. Photo: InfoMigrants
Parwana and her family spent more than three months in the Moria migrant camp on Lesbos. In "Letter to the World from Moria," she writes about her daily life in the notorious camp | Photo: Judith Büthe
The humanitarian rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 in the port of Lampedusa | Photo: Picture-alliance/Photoshot
In France,  Affoussata became the mother of a little girl
At the mother-child hospital of eastern Paris, young mothers learns how to bond with their children
Hadil was only 16 when she had her first child | Illustration: Baptist Condominas
The Zintan detention center in Libya, in March, 2019. Photo: DR
French gendarme officers dismantle a makeshift migrant camp in Calais, October, 2019 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil for InfoMigrants