migrants in italy

The crew of the Geo Barents carry out a rescue operation in the Mediterranean on Wednesday, January 25 | Photo: Mohammed Cheblak / MSF Doctors without Borders handout via Reuters
A Carabinieri police car | Photo: Carabinieri/ANSA
Tunisian Interior Minister Taoufik Charfeddine (R) speaks with Italian Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi (L), at the Tunisian Ministry of the Interior in Tunis, Tunisia | Photo: EPA/Tunisian Interior Minister Press Service
From left to right: Italian Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi, Tunisian Interior Minister Taoufik Charfeddine, Tunisian Foreign Minister Othman Jerandi and Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani during a meeting in Tunis | Photo: ANSA/Claudio Peri
The crew of NGO ship Geo Barents during the rescue of dozens of migrants and refugees from an overcrowded dinghy | Photo: ANSA/MSF
Unaccompanied minors disembark from the Geo Barents, a ship operated by Doctors Without Borders | Photo: ANSA/MSF
From file: Germany is finding it difficult to send back asylum seekers to other EU countries even after requests were sent via Dublin regulation | Photo: B. Thissen/dpa/picture-alliance
A picture taken as one of 73 migrants disembarks the MSF-run ship Geo Barents in the port of Ancona on January 12 | Photo: @MSF_Sea Twitter feed
The photo shows the sit-in in front of the Imperia court for a migrant who was violently beaten | Photo: ANSA
he ship of the NGO SOS Mediterranée Ocean Viking with113 migrants on board touched the quay of the port of Ravenna, greeted by the cry "Welcome to Italy" of some activists of Mediterranea Saving Humans, Italy, 31 December 2022 | Photo: ANSA/PASQUALE BOVE
Migrants in front of the Prefecture in Trieste waiting to be welcomed and sheltered, 5 October, 2022 | Photo: ALICE RITA FUMIS /FMS/ANSA
As the migrants waited to disembark in Ravenna, they realized that an uncertain future awaits | Photo: Frey Lindsay