covid 19

The government wants to increase deportations - but the backlog is long | Photo: Daniel Kuburski/picture-alliance
A Somali refugee stands in the lobby at the Hotel de l'Europe where she is confined with her family due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Saint Nazaire, France, 25 March 2020 | Photo: EPA/THIBAULT VANDERMERSCH
Refugees seen fleeing the flames at the Moria camp | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/AP/P.Giannakouris
Many migrant workers waited for plane tickets in front of a Saudia Arabian Airlines office in Bangladesh in 2020 | Photo: Sazzad Hossein/SOPA/Zumapress/picture-alliance
The quarantine ship Azzurra off Lampedusa | Photo: ARCHIVIO/ANSA/ELIO DESIDERIO
Strawberry harvest in a photovoltaic greenhouse in Italy | Photo: Archive/ANSA
More than 5 million people have fled Ukraine | Photo: Frank Hoffmann/DW
AFP - LOUISA GOULIAMAKI | Conditions of war are known breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria – an invisible enemy – with limited access to clean water propelling the spread of disease among crowded populations of desperate people.
A dose of Covid vaccine | Photo: Rafayat Haque Khan/Imago/Zuma
439 rescued migrants and refugees were allowed to disembark from the Geo Barents in Augusta, Italy in late January 2022 | Photo: MSF/Andrea Monrás
The operation was coordinated by Europol due to its transnational nature | Photo: Europol
The new CRA detention center opened in Lyon on January 17 2022 | Photo: Préfecture Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Twitter