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000_1LN098.jpg1 viewsWomen hang their laundry at the refugee camp of Ritsona, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LN002.jpg0 viewsA boy walks by a hencoop in Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9ZD.jpg0 viewsA woman and her girls walk at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9X1.jpg0 viewsA man sells vegetables at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9VY.jpg0 viewsChildren pose as their father prepares a rain protection for his house at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LJ119.jpg0 viewsIndian nationals arrive at Indira Gandhi International airport in New Delhi on October 18, 2019, after being deported from Mexico as they tried to enter the United States. - A total of 311 Indians who paid tens of thousands of dollars each trying to get into the United States arrived back in their home country on October 18 after an "unprecedented" mass deportation by Mexico. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1LJ116.jpg0 viewsIndian nationals arrive at Indira Gandhi International airport in New Delhi on October 18, 2019, after being deported from Mexico as they tried to enter the United States. - A total of 311 Indians who paid tens of thousands of dollars each trying to get into the United States arrived back in their home country on October 18 after an "unprecedented" mass deportation by Mexico. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1LG9V4.jpg0 viewsThis photo grab from a video taken by the Guardia Costiera Italiana, the Italian Coast Guards on October 15, 2019 and handout on October 16, 2019 shows the shipwreck of a boat, which was packed with around 50 migrants, that capsized on October 7, 2019 off Italy's island of Lampedusa, resulting in the drowning deaths of at least 13 women, some of them pregnant. (Photo by Handout / GUARDIA COSTIERA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / GUARDIA COSTIERA ITALIANA / ITALIAN COAST GUARDS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1LG8XD.jpg0 viewsThis photo grab from a video taken by the Guardia Costiera Italiana, the Italian Coast Guards on October 15, 2019 and handout on October 16, 2019 shows the shipwreck of a boat, which was packed with around 50 migrants, that capsized on October 7, 2019 off Italy's island of Lampedusa, resulting in the drowning deaths of at least 13 women, some of them pregnant. (Photo by Handout / GUARDIA COSTIERA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / GUARDIA COSTIERA ITALIANA / ITALIAN COAST GUARDS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1L71LS.jpg1 viewsA woman feeds her baby after their arrival from the island of Lesbos to the port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece, as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1L71KR.jpg0 viewsA woman holds her child wrapped in plastic bag upon their arrival from the island of Lesbos at port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece , as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1L1109.jpg0 viewsNGO members take part in a protest calling for migrants' rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 3, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L1105.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete, German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 speaks during a protest calling for migrants rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 3, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L1102.jpg0 viewsNGO members take part in a protest calling for migrants' rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 3, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L110V.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete (R), German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 takes part in a protest calling for migrants' rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 03, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L110U.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete (R), German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 takes part in a protest calling for migrants' rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 03, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L110E.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete, German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 takes part in a protest calling for migrants rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 3, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L091U.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete, German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, attends a European Parliament Committee's public hearing on the situation of Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean in view of latest developments and the legal framework in Brussels, on October 3, 2019. - Rackete was arrested on 29 June reportedly after violating orders from the Italian Finance Police and entering the port of Lampedusa while ramming a patrol boat on migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' (Photo by Aris Oikonomou / AFP)
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000_1L091S.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete (C), German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, speaks during a European Parliament Committee's public hearing on the situation of Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean in view of latest developments and the legal framework in Brussels, on October 3, 2019. - Rackete was arrested on 29 June reportedly after violating orders from the Italian Finance Police and entering the port of Lampedusa while ramming a patrol boat on migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' (Photo by Aris Oikonomou / AFP)
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000_1L10ZY.jpg0 viewsNGO members take part in a protest calling for migrants' rights near the European Parliament in Brussels on October 3, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L08XK.jpg0 viewsCarola Rackete (C), German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, attends a European Parliament Committee's public hearing on the situation of Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean in view of latest developments and the legal framework in Brussels, on October 3, 2019. - Rackete was arrested on 29 June reportedly after violating orders from the Italian Finance Police and entering the port of Lampedusa while ramming a patrol boat on migrant rescue ship 'Sea-Watch 3' (Photo by Aris Oikonomou / AFP)
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000_1KT05B.jpg0 viewsPope Francis (L) prays during a mass for World Day of Migrants and Refugees on September 29, 2019 at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican. (Photo by Vincenzo PINTO / AFP)
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000_1KT0FR.jpg0 viewsPope Francis attends the unveiling of a sculpture called "Angels Unaware" by Canadian sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz, depicting a group of 140 migrants of various cultures and from different historic times, following a mass for World Day of Migrants and Refugees on September 29, 2019 at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican. - The sculpture is inspired by the passage from the Letter to the Hebrews "Do not neglect hospitality, for through it some have unknowingly entertained angels". (Photo by Vincenzo PINTO / POOL / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION
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000_1KT0DL.jpg0 viewsPope Francis speaks during a mass for World Day of Migrants and Refugees on September 29, 2019 at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican. (Photo by Vincenzo PINTO / AFP)
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000_1KT0DK.jpg0 viewsPope Francis (2ndR) speaks during a mass for World Day of Migrants and Refugees on September 29, 2019 at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican. (Photo by Vincenzo PINTO / AFP)
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000_1KK0NT.jpg1 views(FromL) French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner, Italy's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese, European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Malta's Interior Minister Michael Farrugia, Finland’s Interior Minister, Maria Ohisalo and Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer address a press conference following a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019 at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta. Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countri
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000_1KK0MX.jpg0 viewsItaly's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese (L) and European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos address a press conference following a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019 at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KK0MQ.jpg0 viewsFrench Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (L) ans Italy's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese address a press conference following a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019 at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KK0MC.jpg1 views(FromL) Italy's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese, European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Malta's Interior Minister Michael Farrugia, Finland’s Interior Minister, Maria Ohisalo and Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer address a press conference following a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019 at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta. Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the centra
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000_1KJ6EV.jpg0 viewsA Malta Coast Guards ship patrols as protesters display a banner reading "EU Get Your Ships Together" near Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta, within a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KJ6C5.jpg0 viewsEuropean Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos (2ndL) addresses the media as he arrives at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta, to attend a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. A banner displayed by protesters (Rear R) reads "EU Get Your Ships Together". (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KJ6C4.jpg0 viewsEuropean Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos arrives at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta, to attend a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KJ6BN.jpg0 viewsGermany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer arrives to attend a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019 in Valletta, Malta. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KJ6BD.jpg0 viewsFrench Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (C) addresses the media as he arrives at Fort St. Angelo in Birgu, Malta, to attend a meeting of Interior ministers from four EU countries, France, Germany, Italy and Malta on September 23, 2019. - Interior ministers from four EU countries meet on September 23, 2019 in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean. (Photo by Matthew Mirabelli / AFP)
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000_1KA82J.jpg0 viewsThe Ocean Viking rescue ship sails off the coast of the island of Lampedusa in the Mediterranean Sea on September 15, 2019, with in foreground the "Porta di Lampedusa", known as "The door of Europe", a monument to the migrants who have died in the Mediterranean, located at the point where Europe is the closest to Africa. - Italy on September 14 agreed to allow rescue ship Ocean Viking to disembark 82 migrants on the southern island of Lampedusa after six days at sea following a European deal to distribute them. (Photo by Alessandro SERRANO / AFP) / Italy OUT
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000_1KA8SJ.jpg0 viewsThe Ocean Viking rescue ship sails off the coast of the island of Lampedusa in the Mediterranean Sea on September 15, 2019. - Italy on September 14 agreed to allow rescue ship Ocean Viking to disembark 82 migrants on the southern island of Lampedusa after six days at sea following a European deal to distribute them. (Photo by Alessandro SERRANO / AFP) / Italy OUT
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000_1KA282.jpg1 viewsA police anti-riot officer detains a protester in Exarchia district in central Athens on September 14, 2019, after a rally held to protest against police raids on migrant squats in Exarcheia neighbourhood. - Greece's new conservative government has stirred controversy by mounting police operations in the bohemian Athens district of Exarchia, considered by officials a "lawless" haven for drug smugglers.
Residents, however, note that the recent crackdown, officially targeting abandoned building squats and narcotics dealers, could be linked to a gentrification trend in an area that is full of hidden architectural gems.AFP/Louisa Gouliamaki (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1KA29I.jpg0 viewsPeople march in central Athens on September 14, 2019 during a rally held to protest against police raids on migrant squats in Exarcheia neighbourhood. - Greece's new conservative government has stirred controversy by mounting police operations in the bohemian Athens district of Exarchia, considered by officials a "lawless" haven for drug smugglers. Residents, however, note that the recent crackdown, officially targeting abandoned building squats and narcotics dealers, could be linked to a gentrification trend in an area that is full of hidden architectural gems. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1KA28F.jpg0 viewsPeople run from police in Exarchia district in central Athens on September 14, 2019, after a rally held to protest against police raids on migrant squats in Exarcheia neighbourhood. - Greece's new conservative government has stirred controversy by mounting police operations in the bohemian Athens district of Exarchia, considered by officials a "lawless" haven for drug smugglers.
Residents, however, note that the recent crackdown, officially targeting abandoned building squats and narcotics dealers, could be linked to a gentrification trend in an area that is full of hidden architectural gems.AFP/Louisa Gouliamaki (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1KA24S.jpg0 viewsPeople march in central Athens on September 14, 2019 during a rally against police raids on migrant squats in Exarcheia neighbourhood. - Greece's new conservative government has stirred controversy by mounting police operations in the bohemian Athens district of Exarchia, considered by officials a "lawless" haven for drug smugglers. Residents, however, note that the recent crackdown, officially targeting abandoned building squats and narcotics dealers, could be linked to a gentrification trend in an area that is full of hidden architectural gems. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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