detention centers

Lawyers protest against what happened at the Center for repatriations in Turin where Moussa Balde, 23, of the Gambia after being attacked and beaten in Ventimiglia, took his own life, Turin, Italy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/TINO ROMANO
From file: Libyan detention centers, where around 6,000 migrants are said to be held, have been described as a "hell on earth" | Photo credit: Euro-Med Monitor
African migrants take part in a sit-in protest calling on the international community to get them out of Libya, outside the UNHRC office in Tripoli, Libya,  October 9, 2021 | Photo: EPA/STR)
Much of the country is controlled by local armed forces that operate independently of the government | Photo: Reuters
Migrants held in the Libyan detention centers face shortages of water, food, and medical care and can experience physical mistreatment and torture | Photo: I.Zitouny  / Reuters
Libyan detention centers, where around 6,000 migrants are said to be held, have been described as a "hell on earth" | Photo credit: Euro-Med Monitor
Rescued migrants are greeted by members of Doctors Without Borders in Lampedusa | Photo: AFP/THOMAS LOHNES
Lithuanian authorities are having to build makeshift migrant accommodation centers, including tent camps | Photo: Reuters
From file: Migrants on board an overcrowded rubber dinghy in the Mediterranean Sea in February 2021 | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/AP | Bruno Thevenin
From file: A Libyan coast guard ship carrying around 500 migrants, mostly African, arriving at the port in the city of Misrata | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/STRINGER
Amnesty International in a report in July 2021 said people in Libyan camps were subjected to torture, sexual violence, and forced labor | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/F.Buccialrelli (via DW)
Migrants at the Njila detention center near the airport in Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA/STR