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The body of a migrant after a rubber boat capsized off the coast of Libya | Photo: EPA/Flavio Gasperini/SOS MEDITERRANEE
Migrants at the Njila detention center near the airport in Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA/STR
From file: A baby was born on a boat en route to the Canary Islands, April 29, 2021 | Photo: Reuters
Pictures from Sea Watch appear to show a Libyan coast guard vessel alongside the Vos Triton in the Mediterranean | Source: Sea-Watch Twitter
From file: Tens of thousands of migrants cross from the Horn of Africa every year towards Yemen, the hope is to find work in the richer Gulf states | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty
From file: Members of the Libyan Red Crescent are seen recovering the bodies of migrants that washed ashore east of Tripoli | Photo: EPA/STRINGER
Migrants travelling on foot in Marib, Yemen | Photo: EPA/Yahya Arhab
A health worker preparing a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the southern port city of Aden, Yeme | Photo: Najeeb Almahboobi / EPA / Archive
IOM staff facilitating the return at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka | Photo: IOM
From file: Migrants on a rubber dinghy are pictured during a rescue operation, off the coast of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea, November 13, 2020. Picture taken November 13, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Stringer
Libyan coast guard vessel returning migrants to Tripoli in 2017 | Photo: picture alliance/M. Ben Khalifa
Spanish Salvamento Maritimo's vessel Talia carrying a dugout containing 17 dead bodies as it arrives at Los Cristianos' port in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/Ramon de la Rocha
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