EU flags at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium | Photo: ANSA/Olivier Hoslet
Picture shows migrants arriving at the Roccella Ionica port in the Italian region of Calabria | Photo: Flavia Calaminici / Archive / ANSA
The view from Sekou's room in Pabradé, Lithuania, in January 2022 | Photo: Private
A reception center for Afghan refugees set up by the Italian Red Cross in Avezzano | Photo: ANSA/Massimo Percossi
From file: Migrants who arrived via Belarus in Germany are being housed in the state of Brandenburg | Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/picture-alliance
Des migrants secourus par les autorités italiennes au large de Lampedusa, le 28 août 2021. Crédit : Reuters
One German politician said the new data 'drastically demonstrates the dysfunctionality' of the EU's asylum rules | Photo: Armin Weigel/dpa/picture alliance
In the first nine months of 2021, more people applied for asylum in Germany than any other EU state | Photo: C. Ohde/blickwinkel/McPHOTO/picture alliance
Some 3,000 unaccompanied minors also applied for protection in September 2021 | Photo: Jelena Djukic Pejic/DW
Asylum seekers from Bangladesh in line in front of an association founded by a Frenchman of Bangladeshi origin, in the north of Paris | Photo: Ofiora association
Eight people have died at the Poland-Belarus border, and conditions are getting worse | Photo: Reuters
Nea Kaval camp in north Greece | Photo: InfoMigrants/Dana Alboz