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The humanitarian rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 in the port of Lampedusa | Photo: Picture-alliance/Photoshot
Women made up about 40% of all asylum-seekers, while 24% of asylum applications were filed for children under 14 (pictured: two asylum seekers who were transferred from Lesbos to mainland Greece in November 2019) | Photo: picture alliance / NurPhoto
Migrants at a rally in Naples, Italy | Photo: ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
Refugees at the Moria hotspot on Lesbos, Greece waiting to be transferred to the Greek mainland and beyond | Photo: EPA/STRATIS BALASKAS
Refugees and migrants waiting to be transferred to camps | Photo: Reuters/C.Baltas
Migrants arrive at a reception center in Germany, 2015 | Credit: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Schmidt
As of 30 September, 8,300 children were housed in reception centers on the Greek Aegean islands | Credit: UNHCR/Gordon Welters
Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, flanked by Foreign Affairs Minister Luigi Di Maio, during his address to the Lower House ahead of a vote of confidence in Rome, Italy, on September 9, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Angelo Carconi
The number of Venezuelan asylum in Europe has reportedly doubled in the past year
A growing number of migrants have made their way to the Greek Islands from Turkey in recent months | COPYRIGHT: DW/F. Schmitz
The numbers of asylum seekers across Europe were down in 2018 compared to previous years | Photo: DW Diego Cupolo
Children sit in their containers in the Identification Center of Moria, Lesvos island, Greece, 23 September 2018. | Credit: EPA/PANAGIOTIS BALASKAS