Tunisia

Bodies of migrants, who drowned while trying to reach Europe via the Mediterranean Sea, are seen at the beach of Khoms, Libya on December 26, 2021 | Photo: Hamza Al Ahmar/Anadolu Agency
158 people crowded onto two rubber boats were trying to leave Libya, headed for Italy. They were picked up by the Ocean Viking on Thursday, May 19 | Photo: SOS Mediterranee/Ocean Viking
Matteo Salvini with his lawyer Giulia Bongiorno, during a break in the hearing of the Open Arms trial in the bunker hall of Ucciardone, caused by a technical failure, May 13, 2022 | ANSA
From file: Migrants who lost their lives in a boatwreck are buried in Sfax, Tunisia on June 11, 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance
African migrants gather outside the UNHCR headquarters in Tunis, Tunisia, 19 April 2022 | Photo: EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA
Migrants rescued by 'Salvamar Mizar' boat of Spanish Maritime Safety and Rescue Society arrive at Las Palmas de Gran Tarajal port, in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain, 10 April 2022.EPA/CARLOS DE SA
From file: The cemetery of the unidentified, in Zarzis, Tunisia, where the bodies of around 500 migrants are buried | Photo: InfoMigrants
Migrants staging a sit-in protest in front of the UNHCR building in Tunis on April 20, 2022 | Photo: picture alliance/AA
Migrants holding a protest in front of the UNHCR building in Zarzis, Tunisia on February 14, 2022 | Photo: Tassnim Nasri/AA/picture-alliance
From file: At least 13 migrants are dead and ten missing after two shipwrecks over the weekend | E. Morenatti/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Police intervene after a revolt by migrants, mostly Tunisians, hosted in a CPR in Milan | Photo: ANSA/Andrea Fasani
From File: Tunisian naval and coast guard have reported bodies washing up and rescuing migrants who got into difficulty on the central Mediterranean route several times in 2022 | Photo: Tasnim Nasri/  Picture-alliance/Anadolu Agency