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Kakuma camp in northwestern Kenya hosts more than 200,000 refugees and asylum seekers from 19  African states | Photo: Sebastien Nemeth/RFI
From file: Syrians refugee families sit in the sun in front of their tents in Gazza village in the Beqaa valley, Lebanon. | Photo: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER
An informal settlement for Syrian refugees in Al-Marj, in Bekaa, Lebanon, April 5, 2023 | Photo: Reuters/Emilie Madi
The human rights situation around the world has deteriorated in 2022, leading to displacement and migration | Photo: Gregoria Borgia/AP Photo/picture-alliance
From file: Grafitti in the border town of Ventimiglia, Italy against the increased border controls in Europe  | Photo: Marco Alpozzi/Associated Press
Denmark recently withdrew the residence permit of many Syrian refugees after declaring the country safe | Photo: Jens Dresling/AP Photo/picture alliance
More than 60 migrants have faced court over the events of June 24, 2022 | Source: Facebook page of the Association Marocaine des Droits Humains (Moroccan Human Rights Association)
From file: Migrants arrive on Spanish soil in Melilla on June 24, 2002 | Photo: Javier Bernardo/dpa/picture-alliance
A Human Rights Watch report says removal centers in Turkey are often overcrowded. August 22, 2021 | Photo: Emrah Gürel/picture alliance
From file: A crisis escalated on the border of Belarus with Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia as thousands of migrants tried to approach the EU borders | Photo: Oksana Manchuk / picture alliance
The campaign to release the ElHiblu3 has gained global attention | Photo: Joanna Demarco / Amnesty International
From file: 'We consider the federal admission program (for Afghan refugees) to be extremely questionable in terms of organization and content,' rights groups said in a letter to the German government | Photo: Marc Tessensohn/Bundeswehr/picture-alliance