Tunisia

From file: Migrants on board an overcrowded rubber dinghy in the Mediterranean Sea in February 2021 | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/AP | Bruno Thevenin
The body of a migrant after a rubber boat capsized off the coast of Libya | Photo: EPA/Flavio Gasperini/SOS MEDITERRANEE
Wreath of flowers thrown into the sea during the October 3, 2019 commemoration of 366 victims of a shipwreck that took place on October 3, 2013 off Lampedusa | ANSA/Pasquale Claudio Montana Lampo
The migrants frequently travel to Europe from Africa on unseaworthy boats or rubber dinghies (thematic image) | Photo: Picture-alliance/ROPI
Archive picture of a small boat carrying migrants off the southeast coast of Spain, north of the Moroccan-Algerian border, in the Mediterranean Sea | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA
Libyan coast guards on Wednesday intercepted a boat carrying 108 Europe-bound migrants and returned them to Tripoli | Photo: Picture alliance/dpa/XinHua | Hamza Turkia
Tunisian naval forces rescued 178 migrants on June 27, 2021 off Tunisia's south coast | Photos: Picture-alliance/Tasnim Nasri/Anadolu Agency
Tunisian coast guard boat in the Mediterranean Sea off Isle of Djerba | Photo: Natalia Seliverstova/dpa/picture-alliance
The newly inaugurated migrant cemetery “Africa’s Garden” in Zarzis, Tunisia, in June, 2021 | Photo: Screenshot YouTube
From file: A Sea-Watch operation in international waters | Photo: Boris Niehaus/dpa/Picture-alliance
Archive image of the arrival in Lampedusa of a boat with Tunisians on board, on April 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA / ETTORE FERRARI
From file: The Mediterranean Sea has claimed the lives of hundreds of migrants this year alone | Photo: Picture Alliance/Natalia Seliverstova