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Greek Minister for Migration and Asylum Notis Mitarachi has accused Turkey of violently forcing asylum seekers to cross the Greek border and has said Greece will further step up security in the Evros region in response | Photo: Arafatul Islam/DW
Protests have swept across Iran following Amini's death | Photo: user generated content
Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: Imago Images/P. Scheiber
From file: The Bulgarian coast guard has stepped up its patrols along the coast in recent weeks | Photo: Ray van Zeschau/imago
Specialists leaving their home countries leave a gap — but it's far more complex than that | Photo: Getty Images via DW
Uber Eats delivery riders are often undocumented migrants | Photo: REUTERS/Eva Plevier/File Photo
Daniel* (name changed) from Iraq with his pencil drawings; he is currently detained in the Kybartai camp in Lithuania | Photo: Gabriela Ramírez
Syrian refugees have become increasingly unpopular in Turkey | Photo: Rami Alsayed/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
European flags fly in front of the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium | Photo: EPA/Stephanie Lecocq
Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are binding - but only apply to the case involved | Photo: Imago Images/P. Scheiber
Detect and deter: one of the electronic surveillance pylons near the Greek-Turkish border that aims to detect migrants and deter them from crossing into Greece | Photo: Giannis Papanikos/AP/picture alliance
Migrants abandoned in the Sahara desert | Photo: Sylla Ibrahima Sory