evacuation

Migrants holding a protest in front of the UNHCR building in Zarzis, Tunisia on February 14, 2022 | Photo: Tassnim Nasri/AA/picture-alliance
The refugees hope the flight will finally take them to safety | Photo: Tania Krämer / DW
Nigerian evacuees boarding at Chopin Airport in Warsaw, Poland on March 3, 2022 | Source: Twitter @AdudaG (Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Tunisian president Kais Saied discusses the evacuation plan for Tunisian students from Ukraine alongside Prime Minister Najla Bouden Ramadan and Foreign Minister Othman Jerandi at the presidential palace in Carthage, February 28, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/PAOLO PALUZZI
Irregular migrants stage a demonstration in Zarzis, Tunisia on February 14, 2022 in front of the UNHCR building | Photo: Tassnim Nasri / Anadolu Agency / picture-alliance
Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames at a warehouse underneath a migrant hosting facility in Turin, Italy | Photo: ANSA/Jessica Pasqualon
Between 1,000 and 1,500 migrants live at Calais, north of France | Photo: Reuters
African migrants, some of them injured, sleeping on the ground during a sit-in to demand that the international community take them out of Libya, outside the UNHRC office in Tripoli | Photo: EPA / Stringer
Migrants leaving for Niger on a flight organized by UN migration agency IOM at Misrata airport, Libya, on November 03, 2021 | Photo: Hazem Ahmed/Reuters
A banner at Rome's Fiumicino airport welcoming a group of refugees who arrived thanks to humanitarian corridors | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/ TELENEWS
A picture from Kabul airport taken on August 17, 2021 | Photo:  Reuters
Refugee children at the US air base Ramstein in Germany | Photo: Thomas Koehler/photothek/picture-alliance