Libya

The Alan Kurdi is operated by Sea-Eye, the crew on board say after a lack of response from EU countries they have no choice but to set sail for France in order to avoid a standoff in Italy | Photo: Joris Grahl / Sea-Eye
The German rescue ship Alan Kurdi found 133 people floating off the coast of Libya in the space of 12 hours. Those rescued were aboard three separate boats | Photo: Joris Grahl / Sea-Eye
Wreath of flowers thrown into the sea during the October 3, 2019 commemoration of 366 victims of a shipwreck that took place on October 3, 2013 off Lampedusa | ANSA/Pasquale Claudio Montana Lampo
The Spanish-run humanitarian rescue ship Open Arms brought a further 77 migrants on board on Thursday night | Photo: Screenshot from Open Arms video
From file: Migrants stopped by Libyan authorities in Zawiya, northwestern Libya | Credit: ANSA/ZUHAIR ABUSREWIL
IOM’s community mobilizers participated in the Search and Rescue operation organized on 3 September, which brought 83 migrants to safety | Photo: IOM
A screenshot from the Times of Malta article showing two video stills taking from inside the Safi detention center on the island | Source: Screenshots from video published by the Times of Malta
Detained migrants sitting in the Abu Salim detention center in Gasr Garabulli, 60 kilometers east of Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA/STR
Children of women staying in an anti-violence center | Photo: ANSA/Save the Children/Riccardo Venturi
Migrants who were rescued off the coast of Libya rest at the Port of Tripoli before being transported to a detention center in Tripoli, Libya | PHOTO: EPA/STRINGER
Migrants on board the Louise Michel rescue boat | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/S.Palacios
27 migrants were picked up by the Etienne tanker on August 4, 2020 | Photo: Copyright © 2020 Sea-Watch e.V.