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Traffickers in Libya are accused of keeping migrants under inhumane conditions to extort their families for money | Photo: Narciso Contreras/Hans Lucas/Imago
Archive: Ship Geo Barents, with 248 migrants on board, arrives at Salerno's harbour, Italy, 11 December 2022 | Photo: ANSA/MASSIMO PICA
The Nobel literature prize laureate believes that migrants can contribute a lot to their host communities | Photo: Matt Dunham/AP/picture-alliance
Riot police officers cordon off the area after migrants arrive on Spanish soil, crossing the fences separating the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco in Melilla, Spain, Friday, June 24, 2022 | Photo: Javier Bernado / AP Photo
A photo of a cross shaved into a Moroccan migrant's head by the Hungarian police on the border with Serbian | Source photo: Website of the Serbian NGO KlikAktiv
People line up outside a facility operated by the UN refugee agency UNHCR in Tripoli, Libya on September 6, 2022 | Photo: picture alliance/AP
From file: Doctors Without Borders aid workers with migrants on the NGO's Geo Barents ship | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MSF
From file: Libyan detention centers, where around 6,000 migrants are said to be held, have been described as a "hell on earth" | Photo credit: Euro-Med Monitor
From file: Migrants picked up at sea by the Libyan coast guard | Photo:Hazem Ahmed / AP File
Women migrants in Libya report having to barter for food by offering sex | Photo: AP Photo/Yousef Murad
A large number of migrants arrived at Lithuania's border during the summer of 2021 | Photo: Mindaugas Kulbis/AP/Picture-alliance
Migrants arrested in Laayoune are often sent into the desert near the Algerian border | Photo: Private