torture

A civilian search and rescue team from the ship Ocean Viking helps a group of migrants off the island of Lampedusa, between the Italian and Maltese SAR zones | Photo: SOS Mediterranée
Materials used for torture by Jaish al-Islam in an underground prison Syria | Photo: Stringer/AFP via DW
The trial got underway in April 2020 and is seen as a world first | Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa/picture-alliance
Abdullah, 18, was burned with gasoline by a smuggler in Sebbah. The young Sudanese man is hospitalized for several months | Photo: Private
'Disappointment' - drawing a by Hossien Rezaye 2020 | Copyright: Hossien Rezaye
Crew of the Sea-Watch 4 help rescued people get on board | Copyright: Fabian Melber/Sea-Watch.org
Migrants, some injured, sleeping on the ground during a sit-in to demand that the international community take them out of Libya, outside the UNHRC office in Tripoli, Libya, October 9 2021 | Photo: EPA/STRINGER
Many migrants leave EU member Greece and head through North Macedonia and Serbia before reentering the EU in Croatia or Hungary | Photo: Getty Images (via DW)
Migrants saved by Libya's coast guard are typically returned to Tripoli, Libya | Photo: IOM/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Two migrants given food and water by the organisation Al-Salam in Bani Walid, where one migrant who spoke to InfoMigrants said he was enslaved and tortured | Photo: Private
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