Tunisia

Migrants who lost their lives in a boatwreck are buried in Sfax, Tunisia on June 11, 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance
A boat with migrants aboard heading to Italy, intercepted off the coast of Tunisia | Photo: EPA/JOSE SENA GOULAO
An operation by Guardia di Finanza police | Photo: ANSA/US GDF
Crew members of the Ocean Viking during a rescue on June 25, 2020 | Photo: SOS Mediterranee
The first of five so-called hotspots opened on Lesbos Island in Greece in 2015. The Citizenship Identification Centers were intended to screen and register all incoming migrants | Photo: picture alliance/NurPhoto/M. Gael
Frames showing policeman slapping and humiliating migrants | Photo: ANSA
Migrants workers who fled the conflict in Libya carry their possessions at the UNCHR tent camp situated several kilometers from the border crossing of Ras Jdir, Tunisia | Photo: EPA/Jim Hollander
Migrants who lost their lives in a boatwreck are buried in Sfax, Tunisia on June 11, 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance
Archive: More migrant boats are leaving Tunisia for Italy, according to the UNHCR | Photo: picture-alliance/N. Seliverstova
Archive: Migrants who left Tunisia on a boat arrive at Lampedusa's harbour, 13 October 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Pasquale Claudio Montana Lampo
A boat carrying 48 migrants from Tunisia near the Portuguese Navy Oceanic Patrol Vessel 'Viana do Castelo' off the coast of Pozzallo, Sicily, Italy | Photo: EPA/JOSE SENA GOULAO
Some of the women and children part of a group of 137 sub-Saharan migrants that arrived on two boats on the island of Lampedusa, Sicily, on May 4, 2020 | Photo: ANSA