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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_1JY4IK.jpg0 viewsRefugees and migrants wait to be moved from Moria camp to the port of Mytilene, on the island of Lesbos on September 2, 2019. - Greek officials and UN workers began evacuating hundreds of migrants from the Greek island of Lesbos where overcrowding and the crushing heat have made conditions unbearable. A first group of 635 people at the Moria camp were transferred towards the north of Greece, scrambling into police buses under the supervision of UN refugee agency workers, an AFP correspondent noted. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1JW64P.jpg1 viewsA migrant puts a bottle of water on the floor outside of his tent at the official refugee camp of Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos, on August 31, 2019. - On August 29 evening, 13 boats docked in Lesbos with about 540 people on board, including 240 children, authorities and local NGOs said. The Moria camp, a refugee registration and identification centre, is once again overcrowded, four years after the migration crisis was at its peak in 2015. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1JW64N.jpg1 viewsA migrant stands outside amid tents at the official refugee camp of Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos, on August 31, 2019. - On August 29 evening, 13 boats docked in Lesbos with about 540 people on board, including 240 children, authorities and local NGOs said. The Moria camp, a refugee registration and identification centre, is once again overcrowded, four years after the migration crisis was at its peak in 2015. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1JV6LL.jpg1 viewsTwo migrants force their way into the Spanish territory of Ceuta on August 30, 2019. Over 150 migrants made their way into Ceuta after storming a barbed-wire border fence with Morocco
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000_1JV6IA.jpgSPAIN-MOROCCO-EUROPE-MIGRANTS1 viewsA migrant forces his way into the Spanish territory of Ceuta on August 30, 2019. Over 150 migrants made their way into Ceuta after storming a barbed-wire border fence with Morocco
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000_1JV5Q0.jpg0 viewsThe Spanish military ship "Audaz" arrives from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4XR.jpg0 viewsMigrants arrive from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4XC.jpg0 viewsA migrant arrives from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4O1.jpg0 viewsMigrants arrive from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JT4TR.jpg0 viewsMigrants wait to board a bus during the evacuation of a makeshift camp in La Villette Park in Paris, on August 28, 2019. (Photo by Martin BUREAU / AFP)
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000_1JN8M3.jpg0 viewsThis grab from a video taken by Local Team shows migrants disembarking from the Spanish Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Proactiva Opens Arms charity ship, upon their arrival at the port of Lampedusa during the night between August 20, 2019 and on August 21, 2019, after days stuck on board. - Eighty-three migrants rescued while making the dangerous sea crossing from Africa to Europe disembarked early on August 21, 2019 from the Open Arms charity rescue vessel off Italy's Lampedusa island after Italian justice ordered they be brought ashore.The boat had spent six days anchored off Lampedusa before a local prosecutor ordered their disembarkment amid a probe of far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for forbidding their entry to port. (Photo by - / Local Team / AFP) / Italy OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / LOCAL TEAM" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JN8M2.jpg0 viewsThis grab from a video taken by Local Team shows migrants disembarking from the Spanish Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Proactiva Opens Arms charity ship, upon their arrival at the port of Lampedusa during the night between August 20, 2019 and on August 21, 2019, after days stuck on board. - Eighty-three migrants rescued while making the dangerous sea crossing from Africa to Europe disembarked early on August 21, 2019 from the Open Arms charity rescue vessel off Italy's Lampedusa island after Italian justice ordered they be brought ashore.The boat had spent six days anchored off Lampedusa before a local prosecutor ordered their disembarkment amid a probe of far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for forbidding their entry to port. (Photo by - / Local Team / AFP) / Italy OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / LOCAL TEAM" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JN8M1.jpg0 viewsThis grab from a video taken by Local Team shows the Spanish Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Proactiva Opens Arms charity ship arriving at the port of Lampedusa during the night between August 20, 2019 and on August 21, 2019, in order to disembark the rescued migrants after days stuck on board. - Eighty-three migrants rescued while making the dangerous sea crossing from Africa to Europe disembarked early on August 21, 2019 from the Open Arms charity rescue vessel off Italy's Lampedusa island after Italian justice ordered they be brought ashore.The boat had spent six days anchored off Lampedusa before a local prosecutor ordered their disembarkment amid a probe of far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for forbidding their entry to port. (Photo by - / Local Team / AFP) / Italy OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / LOCAL TEAM" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JG2PM.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), stand ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying migrants on August 10, 2019, during their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PK.jpg0 viewsA migrant (L), rescued during the first rescue operation on August 9, helps during the arrival of new migrants aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PB.jpg0 viewsNew migrants are welcomed by crew members aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PA.jpg0 viewsNew migrants wait to be registered as they arrive aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P9.jpg0 viewsNew migrants are welcomed by crew members aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P8.jpg0 viewsMigrants stand on an inflatable boat on August 10, 2019, during the second rescue operation of crew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P1.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), stand ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying migrants on August 10, 2019, during their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1I97CU.jpg0 viewsLeonardo Marino, an Italian lawyer of German captain of humanitarian vessel Sea Watch 3, Carola Rackete, addresses reporters on July 3, 2019 in Agrigento, outside the building where she has been under house arrest in Agrigento, Sicily. - The German captain of a migrant rescue vessel, Carola Rackete, has gone into hiding following numerous threats, her charity Sea-Watch said on July 3, a day after her release from Italian custody. (Photo by Giovanni ISOLINO / AFP)
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000_1I97CT.jpg0 viewsThe prefect of Agrigento, Dario Caputo (2ndL), who signed the expulsion order of German captain of Sea Watch humanitarian vessel Sea Watch 3, Carola Rackete, addresses reporters on July 3, 2019 in Agrigento, Sicily. - The German captain of a migrant rescue vessel, Carola Rackete, has gone into hiding following numerous threats, her charity Sea-Watch said on July 3, a day after her release from Italian custody. (Photo by Giovanni ISOLINO / AFP)
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000_1I97CP.jpg0 viewsA general view shows on July 3, 2019 in Agrigento, the building where German captain of humanitarian vessel Sea Watch 3, Carola Rackete, has been under house arrest in Agrigento, Sicily. - The German captain of a migrant rescue vessel, Carola Rackete, has gone into hiding following numerous threats, her charity Sea-Watch said on July 3, a day after her release from Italian custody. (Photo by GIOVANNI ISOLINO / AFP)
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000_1I97CO.jpg0 viewsThe prefect of Agrigento, Dario Caputo (L), who signed the expulsion order of German captain of Sea Watch humanitarian vessel Sea Watch 3, Carola Rackete, addresses reporters on July 3, 2019 in Agrigento, Sicily. - The German captain of a migrant rescue vessel, Carola Rackete, has gone into hiding following numerous threats, her charity Sea-Watch said on July 3, a day after her release from Italian custody. (Photo by Giovanni ISOLINO / AFP)
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000_1FN02K.jpg1 viewsFrench Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (C-L), flanked by Mayor of Dzaoudzi municipality Said Omar Oili (C-R), is welcomed by musicians and dancers as he visits La Vigie district, a shantytown in Petite-Terre, on the French Indian Ocean archipelago of Mayotte, on April 14, 2019. (Photo by Ornella LAMBERTI / AFP)
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000_1FN02G.jpg1 viewsFrench Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (L) wears local traditional flowers necklaces as he is welcomed with traditional songs and m'biwi dances upon his arrival at Pamandzi airport on April 14, 2019 at the start of his visit to the French Indian Ocean archipelago of Mayotte. (Photo by Ornella LAMBERTI / AFP)
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000_1FN02F.jpg1 viewsFrench Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (2nd R), flanked by Mayor of Dzaoudzi municipality Said Omar Oili (R), is welcomed by musicians as he visits La Vigie district, a shantytown in Petite-Terre, on the French Indian Ocean archipelago of Mayotte, on April 14, 2019. (Photo by Ornella LAMBERTI / AFP)
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000_1FE323.jpg3 viewsMigrants gather outside of a refugee camp in Diavata, a west suburb of Thessaloniki on April 5, 2019. - Hundreds of migrants and refugees gathered following anonymous social media calls to walk until the Northern borders of Greece to pass into Europe. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP)
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000_1FE31G.jpg0 viewsA woman holds her baby as she squats outside a tents close to a fire as migrants gather outside of a refugee camp in Diavata, a west suburb of Thessaloniki on April 5, 2019. - Hundreds of migrants and refugees gathered following anonymous social media calls to walk until the Northern borders of Greece to pass to Europe. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP)
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000_1FE4YX.jpg4 viewsA migrant boy carries a bag next to another child and a man during a protest demanding access to the northern borders at Larissis railway central station in Athens on April 5, 2019. - Dozens of asylum seekers on occupied the main railway station in Athens in a burgeoning protest demanding access to the border and passage to other EU states. The protest has shut down Larissis Station, the main hub connecting Athens to the north, and unfolded hours after a similar move at the migrant camp of Diavata near Thessaloniki. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1FE4YW.jpg13 viewsMigrant families sit on the train station platform and stand on the rails to block the line during a protest at Larissis railway central station in Athens on April 5, 2019. - Dozens of asylum seekers occupied the main railway station in Athens in a burgeoning protest demanding access to the border and passage to other EU states. The protest has shut down Larissis Station, the main hub connecting Athens to the north, and unfolded hours after a similar move at the migrant camp of Diavata near Thessaloniki. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1FE3XU.jpg2 viewsWomen clash with riot police as hundreds of asylum seekers faced off against riot police outside a camp in the northern Greece city of Daviata on APril 5, 2019 after an online call for a march to the border with North Macedonia. - Authorities at the camp of Diavata outside Thessaloniki said entire families, some with small children in tow, had travelled from other parts of the country with the apparent intention of setting off for the border with North Macedonia, some 100 kilometres (60 miles) to the north. A brief scuffle broke out when riot police were dispatched to keep the Diavata camp residents from joining the crowd outside, with some migrants throwing objects and police responding with tear gas. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP)
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000_1FE3R7.jpg1 viewsWomen clashes with Greek riot police as migrants gather outside of a refugee camp in Diavata, a west suburb of Thessaloniki on April 5, 2019. - Hundreds of migrants and refugees gathered following anonymous social media calls to walk until the Northern borders of Greece to pass to Europe. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP)
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000_1FE3N7.jpg1 viewsWomen clashes with Greek Greek riot police as migrants gather outside of a refugee camp in Diavata, a west suburb of Thessaloniki on April 5, 2019. - Hundreds of migrants and refugees gathered following anonymous social media calls to walk until the Northern borders of Greece to pass to Europe. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP)
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000_1DI1BM.jpg0 viewsCentral American migrants are rescued by members of the Beta group of the National Mexican Institute of Migration, dedicated to the protection and defense of the human rights of migrants, as they were trying to cross the Rio Bravo, which divides the cities of Eagle Pass, Texas and Piedras Negras, in Coahuila state, Mexico, on February 15, 2019. - Around 1,700 migrants traveling in caravan reached the US-Mexican border last week. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)
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000_1DI1BG.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Beta group of the National Mexican Institute of Migration, dedicated to the protection and defense of the human rights of migrants, rescue Central American migrants who were trying to cross the Rio Bravo, which divides the cities of Eagle Pass, Texas and Piedras Negras, in Coahuila state, Mexico, on February 15, 2019. - Around 1,700 migrants traveling in caravan reached the US-Mexican border last week. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)
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000_1DI1BE.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Beta group of the National Mexican Institute of Migration, dedicated to the protection and defense of the human rights of migrants, rescue Central American migrants who were trying to cross the Rio Bravo, which divides the cities of Eagle Pass, Texas and Piedras Negras, in Coahuila state, Mexico, on February 15, 2019. - Around 1,700 migrants traveling in caravan reached the US-Mexican border last week. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)
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000_1DA5P5.jpg1 viewsVenezuelan migrants climb on a truck on the road from Cucuta to Pamplona, in Norte de Santander Department, Colombia, on February 10, 2019. - Opposition leader Juan Guaido, recognized by some 50 countries as Venezuela's interim president, warned the military Sunday that blocking humanitarian aid from entering the country is a "crime against humanity." (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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