humanitarian corridors

Some of the migrants who arrived at Rome's Fiumicino airport with a humanitarian flight from Libya organized by UNHCR | PHOTO: ANSA
The arrival at the airport of Fiumicino of refugees coming from Greece | Photo: ANSA/ARCHIVE/TELENEWS
Munzir al-Nazzal and son Mustafa arrive in Rome to start a new life | Photo: ANSA / Telenews
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock wants to speed up the stalling response to the huminiratrian crisis in Afghanistan | Photo: Michael Sohn/AP Picture/picture-alliance
Italian Coast Guard crew help a child to disembark from a rescue boat at Roccella Harbor, southern Italy | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Valeria Ferraro/SOPA Images/ZUMA Press Wire
Over the next few years, 500 Afghans will be able to call Berlin their new home | Photo: Markus Mainka/picture-alliance
From file: UNHCR and Caritas workers offering assistance to refugees arriving via a humanitarian corridor at the Fiumicino airport | Photo:ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS
Berlin will take in 100 refugees under the state's reception program | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/A.Gora
Syrian refugees from Lebanon upon their arrival at Fiumicino airport, near Rome, Italy | Photo: EPA/ARCHIVE/TELENEWS
Refugees from the Horn of Africa who were refugees in the Tigray camps in Ethiopia arrive in Rome Fiumicino airport, Italy | Photo: ANSA/ARCHIVE/REDAZIONE TELENEWS
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