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Migrants on their way to Libya from Niger are taking routes that are more dangerous in order to slip past authorities' radars. Photo: Ansa
Fences abound in Calais, to try and prevent migrants attempting to board lorries, cars or trains towards the UK | Photo: Emma Wallis / InfoMigrants
Silvia Cruz Oran and Isabel Sebastia Fabregat look for the graves of 14 migrants who died on a boat that arrived on April 26, 2021, cemetery of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Photo: InfoMigrants
Hundreds of people of all nationalities are hoping to be able to reach Saudi Arabia from Port Sudan | Photo: REUTERS/Mohammed Benmansour
The border between Greece and Turkey in the Evros region has been heavily reinforced in recent years | Photo: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto
European commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson says 'safe and legal routes' to migration is the 'only sustainable solution to save lives' | Photo: Stephanie Lecocq / EPA
Coffins containing the remains of people who died during the sinking of a migrant boat on February 26, 2023 are stored in a gymnasium in Crotone, Italy. Photo: Reuters
A transfer of migrants to Porto Empedocle | Photo: Alessandro Puglia
From file: The suspect in the killing of a teenage girl in southern Germany has been charged with murder | Photo: K.J. Hildenbrand/dpa/picture-alliance
Turkey hosts the highest population of refugees in the world, but some who fled the war in Syria are now returning after the devastating earthquake - perhaps for good | Photo: picture-alliance/Pacific Press/Donna Bozzi
People take part in a memorial demonstration for Oury Jalloh in Dessau on January 7, 2023 | Photo: Ferdinand Uhl/dpa/picture alliance