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Mbaye Babacar Diouf poses for a photo wearing his nurse's uniform at Basurto hospital in Bilbao, northern Spain | Photo: Alvaro Barrientos / AP / picture-alliance
The Alan Kurdi, a Sea-Eye vessel | Photo: Gian Mario Sias/ANSA/Picture-alliance
People at sea clinging to a capsized dinghy | Photo: Sergi Camara/AP/dpa/Picture-alliance
Migrants on the Ocean Viking, the ship of SOS Mediterranee, at the pier of San Cataldo in Taranto | Photo: ANSA/INGENITO
A mural painting welcoming migrants at PIKPA on Lesbos Island | Source: Screenshot Human Rights Watch (hrw.org)
The last rescue operation carried out by the Sea-Watch 4 with 353 migrants rescued at sea transferred on quarantine ship GNV Allegra off the port of Palermo on September 2, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/IGOR PETYX
Greek police officers on their way to approach two migrants on a highway near the Turkish border | Photo: EPA/Dimitris Tosidis
The ship Alan Kurdi, from the Sea-Eye ngo, arrives at the industrial port of Olbia, Sardinia | Photo: ANSA/GIAN MARIO SIAS
Migrants stand in front riot police officers during a protest outside the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos after the fatal stabbing of a migrant on January 17, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Elias Marcou
The Sea-Watch 4 ship in Palermo | Photo: Chris Grodotzki/dpa/picture-alliance
The Spanish-run humanitarian rescue ship Open Arms brought a further 77 migrants on board on Thursday night | Photo: Screenshot from Open Arms video
A screenshot from a police video showing police officers in Milan from Italy’s tax police force seizing assets as part of an investigation into the gangmaster system in the region of Lombardy | Photo: ANSA