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Italian deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini | Photo: ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
Migrants line up to get on a bus to Costa Rica from a temporary humanitarian campsite in the village of Penita, Panama | Photo: EPA/Bienvenido Velasco
Italian doctor Pietro Bartolo, the so-called 'migrant doctor' on Lampedusa, checks a migrant woman after a boat of the Italian coast guard full of migrants reached the island on October 2018 |  Photo: ANSA/ELIO DESIDERIO
Police during the eviction of migrants from the buildings of ex-MOI, the former Olympic village that has been occupied for years by refugees and migrants in Turin. Photo: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MARCO
Doctor Thierry de Revel says: ‘compatibility is based on blood group, not ethnic origin’. Photo: Pixabay
A woman with a rough blade used for FGM in Uganda | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/Y.Chiba
Many migrants in Europe face difficulty accessing health care. Credit: Medecins du Monde /Olivier Papegniers
Rugged up against the cold. The Diavata camp near Thessaloniki is over capacity as migrants continue to arrive from the Turkish border | Photo: Imago
Migrants hosted by reception centres in Naples. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA CIRO FUSCO
While many migrants suffer health complications during their journeys, a new study suggests that often their overall health remains good throughout their lifetime | Credit: picture-alliance/dpa/B. Pedersen
Refugee children playing outside their tent in a makeshift camp that is set outside the refugee camp of Moria, on the Lesvos island, Greece | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU
Credit: ANSA/Stefano Intreccialagli