missing persons

 Many cases of missing migrant children are never followed up, according to the Missing Children Europe advocacy group | Photo: picture-alliance/Nic Economou
Pieces of a damaged boat carrying migrants from Senegal are seen after it capsized near the coast of Sal Island, Cape Verde November 19, 2020. Picture taken November 19, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Jorge Avelino
Migrants wait to disembark from a Spanish coast guard vessel, in the port of Arguineguin, Spain March 16, 2021 | Photo: Reuters/Borja Suarez
Migrants on board a rubber dinghy reach out to crew members of the Open Arms, February 12, 2021 | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/AP | Bruno Thevenin
A migrant rescue off the coast of Libya in June 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Mediterranea Saving Humans
The majority of the missing children cases could be explained | Photo: ANSA/Save the Children/Riccardo Venturi
Amanal Petros lost contact with his mother and sisters in Tigray, northern Ethiopia in early December | Photo: picture-alliance
Spanish rescue authorities are facing a rise in boats arriving in the Canary Islands | Photo: Imago
An archive photo of the Senegalese coast | Credit: IOM via twitter.com/UNmigration
An archive photo of the Senegalese coast | Credit: IOM via twitter.com/UNmigration
An operation by Italian Coast Guard divers to recover cadavers found after the November 23, 2019 shipwreck off Lampedusa |  Photo: ANSA/COAST GUARD
Archive photo: Migrants rest near a destroyed detention center in Tripoli, Libya, 03 July 2019 | Photo: EPA/STR