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Nazifa Noor Ahmad in 2018 after having received an award from Italian President Sergio Mattarella | Photo: ANSA
Migrants arrive in Roccella Ionica, Calabria, on May 15, 2022 | ANSA/ANTONELLO LUPIS
Denmark's Minister for Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye speaks to the press ahead of a EU Special Justice and Home Affairs Council on the response to the situation in Ukraine, at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, 27 February 2022 | Photo: Stephanie Lecocq / EPA
Victor receiving care for TB at Tripoli Hospital in Libya | Photo: ANSA / Stringer
AFP - LOUISA GOULIAMAKI | Conditions of war are known breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria – an invisible enemy – with limited access to clean water propelling the spread of disease among crowded populations of desperate people.
A Ukrainian refugee at the Korczowa transit center at the border with Poland. 4 March 2022 | Photo: EPA/WOJTEK JARGILO
From file: A refugee child receives a vaccination shot in Germany | Photo: picture-alliance
Samusocial vaccinates migrants twice a week in the north of Paris | Photo : Reuters
Migrants wait to be registered inside Pournara migrant reception center in Kokkinotrimithia outside the capital Nicosia. Cyprus, Tuesday, November 30, 2021 | Photo: Picture-alliance
A woman, holding her child, receives a shot of the vaccine against COVID-19 at a mobile NPHO unit at Kara Tepe camp on Lesvos island, Greece, 03 June 2021 | Photo: EPA/VANGELIS PAPANTONIS
Jalal from Morocco was injured when hit by a truck at night in Hungary. Later, he was pushed back over the border by Hungary, and forced to 'crawl like a baby' into Serbia | Photo: Idro Seferi / InfoMigrants
Undocumented migrants wait in line for food in Diyarbakir, about 900 km east of Ankara, Turkey, 14 June 2021 | Photo: EPA/SEDAT SUNA