Cyprus

Asylum-seekers in Cyprus demonstrate against the restrictions on their access to work.  April 16 2019 | Photo: Caritas Cyprus
Cyprus and Greece continue to be popular routes for asylum seekers attempting to enter Europe. | Source: Picture Alliance, AP Photo, P. Karadjias
Samia reunited with her daughter Manar (6), in Cyprus, after being separated for 3 years. Credit: IOM/Dimitrios Tsagalas
Most asylum seekers in Cyprus are unemployed and have nowhere to live
Asylum seekers in the Moria camp protest against conditions there in July, 2018 | Credit: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto
A coast guard ship carrying out search and rescue work after a boat with undocumented migrants sank off the coast of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in July 2018. Credit: Coast Guard/Handout/Andadolou Agency
Syrian refuges at a designated accommodation area in the village of Kokkinotrimithia, near Nicosia, Cyprus.PHOTO/ARCHIVE/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU
A coast guard helicopter searches for missing survivors of Wednesday's shipwreck off the coast of northern Cyprus
Refugees walking by tents after arriving at a designated accommodation area in the village of Kokkinotrimithia, near Nicosia, Cyprus.  Photo/Archive/EPA/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU
There aren't as many foreigners in the EU as people believe Photo: ANSA
Image credit: IOM
A migrant ship on Italy's coast | Photo: Press Office Coast Guard