Morocco

A handout photo made available by Sea-Eye shows crew members of the private rescue ship Professor Albrecht Penck watching a group of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea. Credit: EPA/ALEXANDER DRAHEIM / SEA-EYE HANDOUT
People in a dinghy off the coast of Libya with a ship in the background | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/O.Calvo
Critics say that especially women face persecution in Maghreb states | PHOTO: picture-alliance/dpa/M Messara
Spanish Red Cross members in Melilla on January 3 assisting some migrants upon their arrival, after they were rescued from a small boat. (Photo: EPA/F.G. Guerrero)
Migrants rescued by Spanish Salvamento Maritimo arrive in the port of Melilla, Spain | Photo: EPA/F.G.GUERRERO
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez at the Global Compact summit in Marrakech | Photo: ANSA
Migrants from the Maghreb are intercepted at sea while traveling aboard a small boat on their way to Lanzarote. | Photo: Archive / EPA / Spanish Civil Guard
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at the Inter-Governmental conference to adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in Marrakech, Morocco | Photo: Reuters / A. Mokhtari
Fruits and vegetables at a market. Strawberries' harvest is where most Moroccan women will be employed in Spain | Photo: ANSA / MICHEL GUNTHER-WWF
Migrants rescued in the Mediterranean. Credit: Reuters
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez | Credit: ANSA
The body of a migrant was found on the beach in the region of Faro de Trafalgar in Cadiz, southern Spain, November 12, after the boat he was traveling in sunk on November 5. (Photo: EPA/Roman Rios)