Ukrainian people at a refugee camp set up at the Patria-Lukoil center in Chisinau, Moldova, 15 August 2022 | Photo: ARCHIVE EPA / DUMITRU DORU.
Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants'
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, speaking at the 19th edition of the Festival of the Mind in Sarzana, September 2, 2022 | Photo: ANSA
EU officials at the 'EU Medevac Hub' in the Polish city of Rzeszow on September 1, 2022 | Source: @JanezLenarcic Twitter account
From file: Foreigners walk to Shehyni checkpoint to cross from Ukraine into Poland on March 1, 2022 | Photo: Pavlo Palamarchuk/zumapress/picture-alliance
Ukrainian people received aid at Red Cross International committee near the refugees trial camp at MoldExpo national exhibition center in Chisinau, Moldova, August 5, 2022 | Photo: EPA/Dumitru Doru
Google is developing a campaign against misinformation | Photo: Andrew Kelly/REUTERS
Mohamed Alkalifa Ag Mohamed lived as a refugee in Mauritania for six years before returning to Mali where he works for UNHCR as a communications assistant | Photo: Credit: UNHCR/CHADI OUANES
Asylum authorities in the Netherlands say about 150 people are sleeping outside, as reception centers are full to capacity | Photo: picture alliance
In Berlin's former Tempelhof airport, around 400 Ukrainians who fled war are living in containers | Photo: Imago / Imagebroker
From file: Millions have left Ukraine since the onset of the war | Photo: picture-alliance/AP
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz paid a visit to Cologne in May | Photo: Bundespresseamt (German federal press office)