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American lawyer Amy Pope has spent most of her career focused on migration issues | Photo: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images
Antonio Vitorino, the current chief of the UN agency is the second non-American to lead the agency in 70 years | Photo: Luiz Rampelotto/EuropaNewswire/picture alliance
Families board a US Air Force C-17 during the evacuation of Kabul, Afghanistan, 23 August 2021 | Photo: Samuel Ruiz, AFP
From file: Afghans stranded at Emirates Humanitarian City protesting in February, 2022. A senior US diplomat promised to speed up repatriations to the US | Photo: picture alliance / Rise to Peace via AP
Afghan migrants living in Greece protest in support to Afghan people, Athens, August 2021 | Photo: EPA / ALEXANDROS VLACHOS
In most instances, qualifying Afghans left Afghanistan on German military planes | Photo: Bundeswehr
Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, hundreds of thousands have sought refuge in neighboring Pakistan | Photo: Sohail Shahzad /EPA-EFE
Migrants who launched from the coast of northern France to cross the English Channel are rescued by Britain's Border Force, near Dover, Britain, August 4, 2021 | Photo: Peter Nicholls / Reuters
Evacuees at Camp Liya in Kosovo protested in June after being stuck for months on the US Army base while awaiting resettlement decisions | Photo: Muhammad Arif Sarwari/AP Photo/picture alliance
Police and other first responders work the scene where officials say dozens of people have been found dead after a semitrailer containing suspected migrants was found in San Antonio, Texas on June 27, 2022 | Photo: Eric Gay/AP
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock hopes to bring another 10,000 people to Germany from Afghanistan | Photo: Michael Sohn/AP Picture/picture-alliance
From file: Many migrants from Latin America attempt to reach the United States via Mexico | Photo: Reuters