From file: The migrant rescue ship Louise Michel is being sponsored by Banksy | Photo: Sea-Watch International via Twitter
Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio met Tunisian President Kais Saied on December 28, 2021 | Photo: Guiseppe Lami/Ansa
Sea-Watch rescued 180 migrants from a boat in distress on Saturday | Photo: Max Brugger/Sea-Watch/dpa/picture-alliance
Sit-in protest by a group of Tunisians who landed in Lampedusa | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/ELIO DESIDERIO
Tunisian migrants arrive in the port of Lampedusa | Photo: ANSA/CONCETTA RIZZO
Ali wants to reach France to save money so he can buy a house for his parents | Photo: InfoMigrants
Migrants arrive in the port of Roccella Jonica, Calabria region, southern Italy, early Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021 | Photo: Alessandra Tarantino/AP/Picture-alliance
Migrants prepare meal at their camp site in Calais, France | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/SEBASTIEN COURDJI
Fishermen in Zarzis say they often come across migrant boats | Photo: InfoMigrants
The 'Garden of Africa' cemetery already has about 500 people buried in it. There is eventually room for 800 | Photo:  Dana Alboz / InfoMigrants
Aboubacar and Alassane despair at not finding work in Tunisia to pay the smuggler to bring them to Europe | Photo: InfoMigrants
Many of these boats are former Tunisian fishing vessels, used to transport migrants and now piled up on Lampedusa | Photo:  Mehdi Chebil / InfoMigrants