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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
Rescued migrants are greeted by members of Doctors Without Borders in Lampedusa | Photo: AFP/THOMAS LOHNES
The waiting room of the Meyer hospital in Florence, Italy | Photo: ANSA/Ufficio Stampa Ospedale Meyer
MSF workers assisting a migrant disembarking from a boat in Palermo, Italy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA MSF
Migrants often cross the Evros river from Turkey to Greece with the aid of smugglers | Source: Facebook
Tents for Syrian refugees at a makeshift settlement in Bar Elias town, in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon on March 28, 2017 | Photo: Aziz Taher/Reuters
From file: Migrants in the hands of smugglers in Libya | Photo: Reuters
Eyad A.'s case may set a legal precedent that could inspire other countries and jurisdictions to also start convicting Syrian war criminals | Photo: Matthias von Hein/DW
Women and children were among the migrants intercepted and returned to Libya on February 10, 2021 | Photo: Hamza Turkia/Xinhua/Imago Images
Image taken from inside Safi barracks on Malta, where migrans are detained | Photo: Private
Sol Escobar and colleagues from the Cambridge Assessment Refugee Support Committee in Calais, January 2020 | Photo: Courtesy of Sol Escobar
Refugees and migrants disembark from the Blue Star Chios ferry at the port of Lavrio, Greece, September 20, 2020 | Photo: EPA/Y. Kolesidis