missing persons

The migrants frequently travel to Europe from Africa on unseaworthy boats or rubber dinghies (thematic image) | Photo: Picture-alliance/ROPI
A police patrol in Trieste: Photo: ARCHIVE/ ANSA / Francesco De Filippo
At least 17 migrants are thought to have drowned off Tunisia, two women were rescued | Photo: L.Pitarakis / picture-alliance / APphoto
Migrant families are frequently separated during their journeys, with some never hearing from their loved ones again | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/O. Calvo
Migrant crossings to the Canary Islands are surging despite the dangerous crossing | Photo: Imago Images
Unaccompanied minors are often forced to sleep on the ground | Photo: Idro Seferi Il/DW
 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
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