Nigeria

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
Nigerian musician Chris Obehi | Source: Chris Obehi's Facebook page
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
Halima, a Nigerian migrant, who is staying at the 'Safe House' shelter in Beni Walid, Libya | Photo: Islam Alatrash/REUTERS
More than 8,000 Nigerian women are potential victims of the prostitution network in Italy | Photo: ROPI/picture-alliance
Refugees in camps such as this in Nigeria are vulnerable to malaria | Photo: Reuters/Afolabi Sotunde
The shadows of LGBT refugees on a rainbow flag as they protest in front of the UNHCR office in Nairobi, Kenya, in May 2019 | Photo: EPA/Dai Kurokawa
Many other gay people across Africa have to hide their sexuality | Photo: Reuters/J.Rinaldi
Migrants abandoned in the Sahara desert | Photo: Sylla Ibrahima Sory
Activists have long called on Germany to halt deportations to conflict-ridden countries | Photo: picture-alliance/ZUMA Press/J.Scheunert
The Supreme Court of Cassation in Rome | Photo: Alessandro di Meo/Archive/ANSA
From file: The sun pierces the clouds over international waters north of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019 | Photo: Picture-alliance