Turkey

The border between Turkey and Greece is fortified with miles of barbed wire, which appears not to deter migrants from trying to cross it | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
The number of migrants on the Greek islands is the highest since the signing of the deal between the EU and Turkey in March 2016 | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/M. Varaklas
Syrian refugees queue to receive aid and food supplies, at the Bardarash refugee camp, South of Duhok, Kurdistan region, Iraq, 21 October 2019 | Photo: EPA/Gailan Haji
A child (name unknown) on Lesbos, Greece in 2016, the year of the EU-Turkey Statement | Photo: Imago/Zuma
Police search a jewelry store in Duisburg | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/C.Reichwein
A refugee prepares to leave Istanbul's Esenyurt municipality, a district with one of the highest concentrations of Syrian migrants, January, 2019 | Photo: Imago
A refugee camp with a Turkish flag | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/L. Pitarakis
A woman with child at the Greek migrant camp of Moria
Migrants at Anagnostopoulou camp in northern Greece in 2018, most arrived via the Evros River from Turkey | Photo: Nicolas Economou/picture alliance
'Some people have food three or four times and some not even once', Samiullah says. He lives in a tent outside the overcrowded Moria refugee camp
Migrants are seen inside a truck found by police, near the town of Xanthi | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP
Syrian refugees on the border between Turkey and Syria | Photo: Imago/Zuma