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MSF crew on the Geo Barents help migrants in the Mediterranean in May 2022 | Source: Twitter feed @MSF_Sea
Migrant rescue vessel Sea-Eye 4 leaving the port of August on Sicily on April 6 | Photo: Maik Lüdemann/sea-eye.org
Frontex is the EU's best-funded agency with a budget of more than €750 million | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/K. Nietfeld
From file: The cemetery of the unidentified, in Zarzis, Tunisia, where the bodies of around 500 migrants are buried | Photo: InfoMigrants
Libya receives EU support to train its coastguard to intercept and return migrants | Photo: picture-alliance/S. Palacios
During another shipwreck in the Mediterranean, this man was rescued by the crew of the Sea-Watch 3 | Photo: Michél Kekulé / Sea Watch International
From file: Germany has said it will not train the Libyan coast guard as part of Operation Irini  | Photo: picture-alliance/German Ministry of Defence
Libyan Red Crescent workers pick up bodies near Sabratha, February 28, 2022 | Credit: Twitter @rgowans / Libyan Red Crescent
From file: Migrants are driven away on police buses after disembarking on Malta in September 2019 | Photo: EPA/Domenic Aquilina
From file: Migrants picked up at sea by the Libyan coast guard in Khoms, around 120 kilometers east of Tripoli | Photo: AP Photo/Hazem Ahmed,File
Migrants taking part in a sit-in protest to demand that the international community takes them out of Libya | Photo: ANSA/ACHIVE/EPA/STRINGER
Tunisian coast guard boat in the Mediterranean Sea off Isle of Djerba | Photo: Natalia Seliverstova/dpa/picture-alliance