Many people stuck at the Kara Tepe camp on Lesbos report that they have mental health problems | Photo: Henning Goll/DW
The so-called "Green Line" in Cyprus is under UN-control - but certain parts are not patrolled as thoroughly as others | Photo: DW
Greek Minister of Migration and Asylum, Notis Mitarakis, referred to allegations of Greek pushbacks 'fake news' | Source: YouTube screenshot
Frontex is assisting various national coast guard forces across the Mediterranean Sea | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/K. Nietfeld
File photo: Fabrice Leggeri, a 'symbol of Frontex' is under increasing pressure | Photo: AP/Darko
Samir Al Jubouri at Bonn's refugee center | Photo: Oliver Pieper/DW
Frontex logo on an agent's arm | Photo: DW/E. Elezi
From file: Migrants from Afghanistan walk on the seaside after arriving on a dinghy near the village of Skala Sikamias, after crossing part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to the island of Lesbos, Greece, March 2, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
The migrants' journey began in Istanbul and they were promised a journey to Italy. 30 hours later, they were dropped off, still in Turkey | PHOTO: picture-alliance/dpa/L. M. Ulander
Some migrants report having seen such arm bands during illegal 'pushbacks' | Photo: DW/I. Seferi
Huts in a refugee camp in Cyprus | Photo: DW/M. Karakoulaki
These migrants in March 2020 were caught in the argument between Turkey and the EU | Photo: picture alliance/NurPhoto/N. Economou