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From file: 17-year-old Ethiopian migrant Abdul-Rahman Taha, shows his amputated leg, a consequence of torture by smugglers | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty
France's Prime Minister Jean Castex (2-R), flanked by French mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi (R), talks to a Ukrainian refugee as he visits the reception center for Ukrainian refugees in the French riviera city of Nice, France, 24 March 2022 | Photo: EPA/VALERY HACHE
From file: Migrants picked up at sea by the Libyan coast guard in Khoms, around 120 kilometers east of Tripoli | Photo: AP Photo/Hazem Ahmed,File
The now closed former camp for asylum seekers on Samos, Greece, on October 22, 2021 | Photo: EPA/Michael Svarnias
Burqa-clad Afghan women and children, who are among displaced families fleeing the violence in their provinces, stand at a makeshift shelter at Shahr-e Naw park, in Kabul, Afghanistan October 4, 2021 | Photo: Jorge Silva / REUTERS
A group of at least 30 refugees has been stranded at the Polish-Belarusian border | Photo: Irina Polina/TASS/Picture-alliance
Amnesty International in a report in July 2021 said people in Libyan camps were subjected to torture, sexual violence, and forced labor | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/F.Buccialrelli (via DW)
Kara Tepe refugee camp on Lesbos island, Greece, on March 29, 2021 | Photo: EPA/Vangelis Papantonis
A group of people thought to be migrants are brought into Dover, Kent, by the RNLI following a small boat incident in the Channel, picture taken on Wednesday September 2, 2020 | Photo: IMAGO
Greece is reinforcing the Greek Turkish borders with personnel, cameras, drones, heavy vehicles, Frontex officers and a 5 meter tall fence | Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto
Germany ended its program to relocate refugees from Greek camps in April | Photo: afp/M. Lagoutaris
From file: A doctor speaking to a patient | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/G.Wendt