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Migrants returned to Libya after being intercepted in the Mediterranean Sea face the risk of abuse in detention centers. Garaboli Libya, Monday, October 18, 2021 | Photo: AP Photo/Yousef Murad
Migrants leaving for Niger on a flight organized by UN migration agency IOM at Misrata airport, Libya, on November 03, 2021 | Photo: Hazem Ahmed/Reuters
Migrants saved by Libya's coast guard are typically returned to Tripoli, Libya | Photo: IOM/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Migrants leaving for Niger on a flight organized by UN migration agency IOM at Misrata airport, Libya, on November 03, 2021 | Photo: Hazem Ahmed/Reuters
The Sahel region, at the southern frontier of the Sahara Desert, is a mired in conflict and at the mercy of ecological threats | Photo: Christophe Petit Tesson/Pool/abaca/picture alliance
A cartoon remembering a dramatic incident on April 18, 2015, when the around 1,000 victims of a shipwreck included a 14-year-old Malian student who had his last report card from school sewn into his pocke | Credit: UNHCR/MAKKOX
Many migrants die in the desert | PHOTO: picture-alliance/AP Photo/J. Delay
Refugees in camps such as this in Nigeria are vulnerable to malaria | Photo: Reuters/Afolabi Sotunde
45 refugees from Niger arrived in Rome via a humanitarian corridor organized by Caritas Italiana on June 23, 2021 | Photo: ANSA/TELENEWS
Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio (L) with Niger's president Mohamed Bazoum (R) during an official visit to Niger | Photo: ANSA/Angelo Carconi
Humanitarian site of Agadez, Niger, April 2021 | Photo: MEDU
Eleven-year-old Malian boy poses for a photograph on the street where he lives in Diabaly, Mali | Photo: EPA/NIC BOTHMA