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Migrants rely on smugglers to cross the desert. Many can expect to be kidnapped and even tortured before their journey is over.
A Syrian man takes his chances traveling through the Balkan countries in an attempt to reach the EU | Photo: ANSA
Academics lay down their gowns during a protest against the dismissal of academics from universities following a post-coup emergency decree, at the Cebeci campus of Ankara University in Ankara, Turkey. February 10 2017 | Photo: Imago / Depo Photos
In Tripoli, migrants wait at the airport to be sent home by the IOM in 2017 | Photo: Imago
African migrants queue up to get on a bus for being repatriated to their countries at a detention center in Tripoli, Libya, on Nov. 28, 2017 | Photo: Imago
In January 2019, the Libyan Coast Guard rescued/intercepted 469 refugees and migrants. 144 deaths of migrants have been recorded in the central Mediterranean so far this year (as of February 5, 2019)
Photo: Picture Alliance/AP Photo/D. Bandic
A German border guard at the German-Austrian border near Salzburg
Amy Shark tweeted that the situation of the stowaways was 'heartbreaking'
Fayez al-Sarraj met leaders from France, Germany, Italy and Spain in 2017 - they promised to support Libya and other African countries to stop irregular migration | Photo: Imago
In southeastern Turkey, Syrian refugees have spent years in camps while the fighting in Syria continues
Hundreds of refugees and migrants have used the German Red Cross Tracing Service to find missing relatives