Libyan Red Crescent workers prepare body bags in Garabulli, Libya, on January 24, 2023, after the capsizing on a migrant boat | Photo: picture alliance/AP/Libya Red Crescent
Love in Hell | Credit: InfoMigrants, F24
Traffickers in Libya are accused of keeping migrants under inhumane conditions to extort their families for money | Photo: Narciso Contreras/Hans Lucas/Imago
Just one week ago, these migrants disembarked from the Ocean Viking in the northern Italian port of Ravenna  | Photo: Frey Lindsay
A man looks down at the sea from the Humanity 1 rescue ship. | Photo credit: Max Cavallari / SOS Humanity
People in a dinghy off the coast of Libya with a ship in the background | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/O.Calvo
Archive photo shows dozens of migrants on board a rubber boat floating in Mediterranean waters off the northeastern coast of Libya, 27 April 2021 | Photo: EPA/Flavio Gasperini / SOS MEDITERRANEE
About 80% of all migrant deaths are reportedly due to drowning during sea crossings | E. Morenatti/AP Photo/picture-alliance
As the migrants waited to disembark in Ravenna, they realized that an uncertain future awaits | Photo: Frey Lindsay
A boat carrying migrants is intercepted during an operation carried out by the Tunisian National Guard off the city of Sfax in the south of Tunisia on October 28, 2022. | Photo: Yassine Gaidi / Anadolu Agency / picture alliance
From file: Abdullah Omar (right) left Eritrea in 2018 and stayed for about two years in Libya. Tunis, May 2022 | Tarek Guizani / InfoMigrants
The desert between Ounianga Kebir and Faya, northern Chad, is traversed by migrants trying to reach Libya | Photo: picture alliance/Robert Harding