police violence

A group of migrants attempting to cross into Croatia gather around tents erected near the Maljevac border crossing, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 25 October 2018 | Photo: EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
Migrants waiting in front of Croatian police officers near the entrance of a reception center close to Croatia's border with Serbia, in Opatovac, Croatia | Photo: EPA/ZOLTAN BALOGH
Croatian border policemen at the Maljevac border crossing with Bosnia | Photo: Archive/EPA/Fehim Demir
Migrants at the Vucjak camp started begging locals to fill their empty plastic bottles with water | Photo: DW/D.Maksimovic
The Red Cross in Bosnia and Herzegovina can only provide first-aid | Photo: DW/D. Planert
Migrants waiting in front of Croatian police officers near the entrance of a reception center close to Croatia's border with Serbia, in Opatovac, Croatia | Photo: EPA/ZOLTAN BALOGH
A police raid which took place in April 2019 in the Exarcheia area in Athens on squats, many of which house migrants and refugees | Photo: Imago/Panayotis Tzamaros
Media reports have shown migrants — including children — with wounds they say were inflicted by police
A migrant walks with police assistance on the highway Belgrade-Zagreb. Photo: EPA/KOCA SULEJMANOVIC
Migrants in Bosnia, on the way to the Croatian border | Photo: DW/A.Kamber
Syrian refugee Jouma has been on the road for three years and spent one year in Camp Moria on Lesbos "I can't take it anymore," he says | Photo: DW/D.Planert
Displaced people in Bihac | Photo: DW/D.Planert