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Ahmed Maiteeq, Libya's deputy prime minister, on DW's Conflict Zone recorded November 15, 2019 in Paris  | Photo: DW/A. MacKenzie
The migrant route from the Horn of Africa to Saudi Arabia through Yemen is one of the fastest growing migrant routes in the world
Two migrants scaling a fence during clashes at Moria in September 2019 | Photo: Reuters
IOM workers have observed a steep increase of young women and girls arriving from Ivory Coast | Photo: REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
The porn industry is quick to catch up with current events, including the refugee crisis | Photo: Colourbox
A baby, born in Libya, and her Nigerian mother | Photo: Sam Olukoya
The migrants will be settled at a transit center south of the Rwandan capital, Kigali | Photo: Imago/robertharding
These migrants were seen at the Njila detention center after fleeing a camp near Libya's Tripoli airport amid violence between rivaling groups | Photo: EPA/STR
Nigerian migrant returnees boarding the plane to Lagos from southern Libya on 8 November 2018. Credit: IOM/Moayad Zaghdani
Many female asylum seekers say that they don’t feel safe in communal accommodation | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/J.K.Hildenbrand
Two women in the DRC | Photo: ANSA/AP PHOTO/JEROME DELAY
Eritrea has been increasingly militarized since the conflict with Ethiopia in 2000 | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Joe