Syria

Despite the challenges of COVID, Germany remained the number one country for migrants within Europe | Photo: Imago
The UK government is pursuing a hard-line approach on people seeking asylum | Photo: Henry Nicholls/Reuters
The trial got underway in April 2020 and is seen as a world first | Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: Refugees and migrants say that they suffer mental health issues but don't feel always comfortable discussing them | Photo: D. Lipinski/empics/picture-alliance
Asylum seekers in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/D.Karmann
A group of evacuated Afghans arriving in Germany, in the eastern state of Brandenburg in October 2021| Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/picture-alliance
In the first nine months of 2021, more people applied for asylum in Germany than any other EU state | Photo: C. Ohde/blickwinkel/McPHOTO/picture alliance
Sea-Watch rescued 180 migrants from a boat in distress on Saturday | Photo: Max Brugger/Sea-Watch/dpa/picture-alliance
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres demands more international cooperation to uplift Lebanon | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/Photoshot/X. Jinquan
Northeastern Syria is experiencing its worst drought in nearly 70 years, with rising temperatures and erratic weather exacerbated by tensions with Turkey | Photo: Daniela Sala/DW
Inger Stoejberg is the first Danish government official to be impeached in three decades | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Imago
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi during a visit to Panama City, Panama, in June 2021 | Photo: EPA/Bienvenido Velasco