Belarus

Human rights activists fear for migrants attempting to cross illegally into Poland from Belarus this winter | Photo: Oksana Manchuk/BelTA/TASS/picture-alliance/dpa
Daniel* (name changed) from Iraq with his pencil drawings; he is currently detained in the Kybartai camp in Lithuania | Photo: Gabriela Ramírez
File photo: A section of the border fence between Greece and Turkey, in Alexandroupolis, Greece, August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021 | Photo: Reuters/Alexandros Avramidis
From file: Tensions between EU nations and Belarus have been growing as migrants and refugees gather along the Poland-Belarus frontier | Photo: Oksana Manchuk/BelTa/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: A soldier of the Latvian National Armed Forces (NAF) patrols along a new barbed wire fence on the state border with Belarus in Kraslava region, Latvia | Photo: Valda Kalnina / archive / EPA
From file: migrants in the forest near the Poland-Belarus border in November | Photo: Leonid Shcheglov/Belta/AFP/REUTERS
Europol is at the forefront of fighting illegal migration patterns to Europe | Photo: Imago images/AFLO/Y. Nakao
Migrants confined in the Pabradé center in Lithuania, July 6, 2021 | Photo: Reuters
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited the Belarus border area on June 30, 2022 | Photo: Kacper Pempel/Reuters
A large number of migrants arrived at Lithuania's border during the summer of 2021 | Photo: Mindaugas Kulbis/AP/Picture-alliance
Photo: Olmo Calvo/AP/dpa/picture-alliance
Poland is completing its permanent barrier to replace existing barbed-wire fences along the border to Belarus | Photo: Sefa Karacan/AA/picture-alliance