deaths at sea

From file: When boats capsize lives are torn apart - often fatally | Photo: Reuters
From file: Tens of thousands of migrants cross from the Horn of Africa every year towards Yemen, the hope is to find work in the richer Gulf states | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty
The newly inaugurated migrant cemetery “Africa’s Garden” in Zarzis, Tunisia, in June, 2021 | Photo: Screenshot YouTube
A migrant rescue in the English Channel on September 2, 2020 | Photo: Twitter @premarmanche
Sub-Saharan migrants arrive at Arguineguin's port after being rescued by Spanish Salvamento Maritimo in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/Angel Medina G.
Artin Irannezhad in Dunkirk, France, October 17, 2020 | Photo: Bruno Libbrecht/Allemaal Mensen/Handout via Reuters
Archive image of the arrival in Lampedusa of a boat with Tunisians on board, on April 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA / ETTORE FERRARI
From file: Members of the Libyan Red Crescent are seen recovering the bodies of migrants that washed ashore east of Tripoli | Photo: EPA/STRINGER
From file: The Mediterranean Sea has claimed the lives of hundreds of migrants this year alone | Photo: Picture Alliance/Natalia Seliverstova
Luna Reyes, a Spanish Red Cross member, hugs a migrant who arrived swimming to cross the border of Tarajal in Ceuta | Photo: EPA/REDUAN
Life vests recovered after a migrant boat sinking | Photo: Reuters
At least 17 migrants are thought to have drowned off Tunisia, two women were rescued | Photo: L.Pitarakis / picture-alliance / APphoto