A civilian search and rescue team from the ship Ocean Viking helps a group of migrants off the island of Lampedusa, between the Italian and Maltese SAR zones | Photo: SOS Mediterranée
From file: Nigerian prostitutes wait for clients in Castel Volturno, near Naples, Italy in February 2018. | Photo: Alessandra Tarantino / Picture Alliance / AP
Materials used for torture by Jaish al-Islam in an underground prison Syria | Photo: Stringer/AFP via DW
From file: Two Italian police officers | Photo:  picture alliance/dpa/M. Bazzi
A picture provided by Spanish police of some of the goods and drugs recovered from the suspects | Source: Spanish National Police via Europol Press Release
The former manager of Puglia regional civil protection Antonio Mario Lerario | Photo: Puglia Region Press Office/ANSA
Many migrants leave EU member Greece and head through North Macedonia and Serbia before reentering the EU in Croatia or Hungary | Photo: Getty Images (via DW)
Sean Binder and Nassos Karakitsos working together on Lesbos | Photo: Angelos Tsatsis via DW
Refugees and supporters demand the release of two rescuers, among them Sarah Mardini, who were arrested for smuggling on Lesbos island, during a symbolic protest in Syntagma Square in central Athens, Greece, 1 September 2018 | Photo: EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU
Two migrants given food and water by the organisation Al-Salam in Bani Walid, where one migrant who spoke to InfoMigrants said he was enslaved and tortured | Photo: Private
From file: Spanish police officer and a police van | Photo: Reuters
The bus in Rimini on which the Somali asylum seeker started a knife attack. He wounded five people, including a six-year-old | ANSA /