From file: Migrant camp on the Gourougou mountain | Photo: Por Causa Foundation
Picture shows a group of migrants rescued by Spanish Sea Rescue members on the Alboran Sea | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/CARLOS DIAZ
The airstrike in Saada, Yemen, on January 21, 2022, left at least 70 people dead | Photo: AFP via DW
© Alastair Grant, AP | Police escort the truck that was found to contain a large number of dead bodies on an industrial estate in Thurrock, England, on October 23, 2019.
From file: Migrants stand on the banks of Evros river, natural border between Turkey and Greece, near Edirne, Turkey, March 2, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Marko Djurica
Bodies of migrants seen at the beach of Khoms, Libya on December 26, 2021 | Photo: Hamza Al Ahmar/Anadolu Agency
The repatriation of the bodies was highly emotional for the victim families | Photo: Azad Lashkari/REUTERS
A growing number of migrants are trying to sail around Crete to ultimately reach Italy | Photo: Nicolas Economou/Nur Photo/picture-alliance
The CPR ('Residence and Repatriation Center') in the Italian town of Gradisca d'Isonzo, located in the northeastern Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, where a man, presumably a Moroccan citizen, died on December 7 | Photo: Alice Fumis/ANSA
© François Lo Presti, AFP/File | Authorities are rarely so quick to establish names and nationalities of migrants who die trying to cross the Channel, a task to which activists have dedicated themselves.
Baxtyar Anwar set off from Minsk for the Polish border in mid-November. He reached Germany on 23 November, where he died | Screenshot from video in Minsk
The damaged vehicle following an accident in Hungary in which seven migrants were killed | Photo: Still image from Reuters video