returning migrants

From file: A Lufthansa plane | Photo: Picture-alliance
The Danish government wanted to send refugee Aya Abo Daher, seen here with her high school principal, back to Syria | Photo: Rahima Abdullah
Ukrainians in Brescia, Lombardy, return home by bus, on May 3, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Filippo Venezia
Unemployment and poverty are key reasons why some in Senegal dream of crossing the Atlantic to Europe | Photo: Emmanuelle Landais / InfoMigrants
The Feuillasse collective accommodation center for asylum seekers near the Swiss city of Geneva | Photo: Sergei Bobylev/TASS/picture alliance
Young refugees in Calais / DW
Intervention of police forces at the Permanent Center for Repatriation in Via Corelli, on the outskirts of Milan, to calm down a protest of migrants, mostly Tunisians, hosted in the facility, on October 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/PAOLO SALMOIRAGO
Some Iraqi migrants, who voluntarily registered for an evacuation flight from Belarus, arrived at Erbil International Airport | Photo: Azas Lashkari/Reuters
Syria's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faisal Al-Mikdad (R) meets with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi (L) and the accompanying delegation in Damascus, Syria, 17 October 2021 | Photo: EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
The government in Paris said that the countries were not facilitating the return of people refused the right to stay in France | Photo: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters
While Assad's forces have largely prevailed in Syria's civil war, Amnesty says returning is still dangerous for those who fled | Photo: Picture-alliance
Gambian migrants were deported from Libya in 2017 — now the EU is also trying to send them home | Photo: Reuters/L.Gnago