migration

Twelve people rescued by the Tunisian coast guard off Zarzis - more than 7,500 Tunisians attempting the Mediterranean crossing have been turned back this year | Credit: SNFSI/Facebook
There is no coordinated search and rescue operation for migrants in the Mediterranean | Photo: DW/Y.Gostoli
A wave goodbye as migrants disembark the Ocean Viking in the port of Taranto, southern Italy, Sunday, September 4, 2022 | Photo: Jeremias Gonzalez/picture alliance
From file: Riot police officers cordon off the area after migrants arrive on Spanish soil and crossing the fences separating the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco in Melilla, Spain, Friday, June 24, 2022 | Photo: Javier Bernardo / AP Photo
From file: Spanish rescuers were busy this weekend, pulling people from the waters around their Atlantic archipelago, the Canary Islands | Photo: Picture Alliance / Pacific Press
From file: Migrants hiding in the woods between the municipalities of Ventimiglia and Olivetta San Michele near the French border | Photo: Chiara Carenini / ANSA
Insaf Boughdiri (left) is one of many Tunisians who have decided to move to Rwanda for work | Photo: Insaf Boughdiri
From file: The scheme came after months of public lobbying and activism | Photo: Cate McCuryy/PA Wire/picture alliance
From file: The GNV Azzurra ship, carrying hundreds of migrants in quarantine, photographed through the Gate of Europe on Lampedusa | Photo: Alessandro di Meo / Archive / ANSA
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz paid a visit to Cologne in May | Photo: Bundespresseamt (German federal press office)
Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese | Photo: Matteo Bazzi / ANSA
League leader Matteo Salvini visits Lampedusa ahead of the Italian elections on September 25 | Photo: David Lohmueller / picture alliance / ASSOCIATED PRESS