Evacuees at Camp Liya in Kosovo protested in June after being stuck for months on the US Army base while awaiting resettlement decisions | Photo: Muhammad Arif Sarwari/AP Photo/picture alliance
Youssoufa Moukoko, the youngest player of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Photo: German Football Association
One year since the return of the Taliban, female Afghan athletes still face an uncertain future | Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters
Construction workers at Lusail Stadium during a media tour in Doha, Qatar, 20 December 2019. Lusail Stadium is one of the eight stadiums built for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar | Photo: EPA/ALI HAIDER
Afghans departing from Abu Dabi on a French military plane in August, 2021 | Photo: AP Photo
As the winter months approach, many displaced Afghans, including children, fear for their future | Photo: Reuters/M. Ismail
International agencies warn drought, the COVID pandemic and the Taliban takeover could lead to a potential humanitarian disaster in Afghanistan | Photo: Saeed Ali Achakzai/Reuters
Foreign construction workers leave a construction site in Doha, Qatar, 19 November 2013 | Photo: EPA/STR
Construction work at the site of the future Education City Stadium in Doha, Qatar | Photo: Getty Images/K. Abou Mehri

IOM staff assisting Somali and Ethiopian migrants, who were reportedly forced into the sea by smugglers, on a beach in Shabwa, Yemen | Photo: EPA/IOM
Migrant workers in Dubai | Photo: picture-alliance/K. Jebreili
Representatives from Qatar Charity and IOM at the signing ceremony. Credit: IOM