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Investigation links Greek Coast Guard to illegal migrant pushbacks in the Mediterranean | DW News
A raid on a ship about to set sail in the Aegean uncovered 276 migrants, say Turkish authorities | Photo: picture-alliance/AA/A. Balli
Film Poster from For Sama film by Waad Al Kateab and Edward Watts | Source: Courtesy of Action for Sama campaign
From file: Officials wait at shore of Van lake after a boat carrying migrants sank on December 26, 2019 | Photo: Picture-alliance
A Turkish coast guard vessel picks up a migrant boat in the Aegean Sea | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/B.Akay
Image from an alleged maritime pushback incident in the Aegean Sea | Photo: Aegean Boat Report
Turkish and Greek coast guards patrol the Aegean Sea | Photo: picture-alliance/AA/A. Balli
Delivering Easter eggs, cakes, and groceries to immigrants at Easter, as part of a volunteer project run by the Mosaico association, April 11, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Irpinia Altruista Association
A Turkish coast guard vessel picks up a migrant boat in the Aegean Sea | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/B.Akay
The numbers of those trying to cross borders into Europe has risen, according to Frontex | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Xinhua/D.Tosidis
A truck propagating the prevention of COVID-19 is seen here driving  through the streets of Idlib, Syria, on April 29, 2020 | Photo: EPA/YAHYA NEMAH
Migrants at Anagnostopoulou camp in northern Greece in 2018, most arrived via the Evros River from Turkey