Bosnia & Herzegovina

From file: Migrants at a former military barrack in Blazuj, suburbs of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 26 August 2020 |  Photo: EPA/FEHIM DEMIR via ANSA
German streetwork doctor Gerhard Trabert treating a migrant in the Bosnian town of Velika Kladuša in January 2021 | Photo: Alea Horst
Migrants leaving from the burnt camp of Lipa in Bihac, Bosnia. A fire destroyed most of the camp in late December | Photo:ARCHIVE/EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
Migrants seen walking towards the forest after the Lipa camp in Bosnia closed in late 2020 | Photo: Dado Ruvic/REUTERS
A migrant washing himself at a makeshift camp in a forest outside Velika Kladusa, Bosnia, on December 3, 2020 | Photo: Joan Giralt/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Refugees and migrants have taken to living in makeshift forest camps in Bosnia | Photo: Marina Strauss/DW
A blizzard hit hundred of stranded migrants at the burnt Lipa camp | Photo: Kemal Softic/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Charlotte Slente, Secretary General, Danish Refugee Council | Copyright: Danish Refugee Council
Bosnian soldiers put up the tents at the Lipa camp outside Bihac, Bosnia, Friday, January 1, 2021 | Photo: AP Photo/Kemal Softic)
Hundreds of migrants and refugees have been stuck at Lipa camp in northern Bosnia | Photo: Dado Ruvic/REUTERS
Migrants and refugees from Asia and North Africa, sleeping in the park due to the lack of adequate accommodation in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
Migrants protesting against poor living conditions at Camp Lipa in Bihac, in Bosnia and Herzegovina | Photo: EPA/FEHIM DEMIR