refugee shelters

Syrian refugee families at the refugee camp of Mohammara, Akkar province, northern Lebanon | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/Nabil Mounzer
With nearly 80,000 residents, Zaatari camp in Jordan has evolved into a permanent settlement | Photo: AP Photo/Khalil Hamra
Aid agencies warn that if demolitions continue, half of those affected could be children | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/B. Hussein
In Bihac, Bosnia, many migrants are being forced to sleep rough | Photo: IFRC
Migrants stand around a bonfire as police evacuate the make-shift camp in La Chapelle, in northern Paris, on January 29, 2019. Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants
The logo of the Umanitalia initiative | Photo: In Migrazione
Refugees waiting to be registered in the Asylum Service in the Identification Center of Moria, Lesbos island, Greece | Photo: ARCHIVE/PANAGIOTIS BALASKAS
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini | Credit: ANSA/ MARCO COSTANTINO
Afghan children, who arrived in Paris a little over three weeks ago, are watching an addict near the Porte de La Chapelle. The children (from left to right): Sana and her twin brother Mortaza, aged 4, and their younger brother Amir, 3 years old. They are accompanied only by their mother and their big sister. Credit: Mehdi Chebil
Refugee center in Berlin
Freital group member on trial for terrorism in Saxony, Germany
Nicou opens her home to migrants who would otherwise be sleeping rough. (Photo: Boualem Rhoubachi for InfoMigrants)