Graves lie in rows in the old cemetery for unidentified migrants outside Zarzis, Tunisia, on December 12, 2022 | Photo: REUTERS/Angus McDowall 
People in a dinghy off the coast of Libya with a ship in the background | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/O.Calvo
A boat carrying Tunisian migrants enters the port of Lampedusa, Italy, on April 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Ettore Ferrari
Cemetery for migrants inaugurated in Reggio Calabria | Photo: ANSA
People were bused out of camps along the Belarusian-Polish border on Wednesday | Photo: Leonid Shcheglov/BelTA/AP/picture-alliance
People attend the funeral of the 19-year-old migrant from Syria Ahmed Al-Hassan, who drowned in Bug river, in the village of Bohoniki near Sokolka, Poland, November 15, 2021 | Photo: REUTERS/Marko Djurica
A detention center for migrants in Libya | Photo: Screenshot/InfoMigrants
The newly inaugurated migrant cemetery “Africa’s Garden” in Zarzis, Tunisia, in June, 2021 | Photo: Screenshot YouTube
Some gravestones are marked only with numbers | Photo: Mahdi Heydari, Afghan migrant in Van Province, Turkey, January 2020
Volunteers of Doctors Without Borders with some migrants injured in the sea after leaving Misurata on a ship to reach Zarzis | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS
Marzoug is in his photo Credit: ANSA
 Chamseddine Marzoug, a fisherman and Red Crescent volunteer close to one of the graves in Zarzis  (Photo: cofundy.com)