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A migrant at a secret safe house in an area known as 'The Ghetto'' of Agadez, Niger. Photo: ANSA/UNICEF
Many migrants die in the desert after being deported there by Algerian authorities | PHOTO: picture-alliance/AP Photo/J. Delay
German development cooperation minister Gerd Mueller during a visit to Uganda | Photo: Imago/Photothek
A queue forms in front of an MSF truck providing aid to people gathered in Kongokiré, Tillabéry region, Niger, after fleeing insecurity in the region in February 2019. Credit: Innocent Kunywana/MSF
Returnees registering for job placement in The Gambia. Credit: IOM
Canada has taken in several migrants and refugees. | Credit: imago, Richard Lautens
Europe’s border in Africa | DW Documentary (Migration documentary)
The International Organization for Migration has estimated that for every migrant known to have died crossing the Mediterranean, as many as two are lost in the desert | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/J.Delay
Migrants congregating at a migrant reception center of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Agadez, Niger. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/ANTHONY ANEX
African woman working on a farm in Italy. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/OXFAM
In the photo, some of the estimated 250 detained migrants at the Abu Salim detention centre in Gasr Garabulli, Alaqrablola, 60 kilometers east of Tripoli, Libya Photo/Archives/EPA Stringer
Migrants somewhere in the desert between Algeria and Niger. (photo: InfoMigrants archive)