migrant routes

Migrants on their way to Libya from Niger are taking routes that are more dangerous in order to slip past authorities' radars. Photo: Ansa
Silvia Cruz Oran and Isabel Sebastia Fabregat look for the graves of 14 migrants who died on a boat that arrived on April 26, 2021, cemetery of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Photo: InfoMigrants
A fishing boat with 650 migrants onboard arriving in Roccella Ionica in southern Italy on March 26, 2023 | Photo: Antonello Lupis/ANSA
Video released by Serbian police showed authorities rounding up hundreds of migrants | Photo: APTN video
Archive: A handout photo made available by the Hellenic Coast Guard shows a ship carrying migrants off the coast of Crete, Greece | Photo: EPA/HANDOUT/HELLENIC COAST GUARD
The UK border police invests a lot of effort into detecting clandestine passengers in cargo traveling to the UK | Photo: Andrew Matthews/AP/picture-alliance
Authorities are slow to document migrant deaths, the UN says - though some governments like Spain (seen here) keep books | Photo: AP/picture-alliance
The Swiss border is practically open for anyone to cross | Photo: Mandoga Media/picture-alliance

From file: The Greek coast guard patrols the country's territorial waters but is also frequently called out to respond to emergency situations | Photo: picture-alliance/Zumapress
Migrants abandoned in the Sahara desert | Photo: Sylla Ibrahima Sory
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Migrants rescued by 'Salvamar Mizar' boat of Spanish Maritime Safety and Rescue Society arrive at Las Palmas de Gran Tarajal port, in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain, 10 April 2022.EPA/CARLOS DE SA