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000_1LW2U8.jpg0 viewsA woman fries dough cakes outside the Methodist Church in the city centre, where hundreds of people, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and Bangladesh have taken refuge after being chased away from a corridor close to the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees(UNHCR), in Cape Town, on October 31, 2019. - They are asking the UNHCR to intervene on their behalf. They say they don't feel safe in South Africa anymore due to high levels of crime as well as xenophobia. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)
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000_1LW2TF.jpg0 viewsHundreds of people, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and Bangladesh sleep in the Methodist Church in the city centre after being chased away from a corridor close to the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees(UNHCR), in Cape Town, on October 31, 2019. - They are asking the UNHCR to intervene on their behalf. They say they don't feel safe in South Africa anymore due to high levels of crime as well as xenophobia. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)
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000_1LV1FL.jpg0 viewsA man gets arrested as South African Police officers forcefully remove refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1FK.jpg0 viewsA man holds up a picture of an injured man as South African Police officers forcefully remove refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1ES.jpg0 viewsA woman holds onto her baby as South African Police officers forcefully remove refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1ER.jpg0 viewsSouth African Police officer gestures as they forcefully remove refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for Refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1AA.jpg0 viewsA woman and a child is seen in a police van as South African Police assisted by Cape Town Metro Police forcefully removed refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1A7.jpg0 viewsA man gestures as he lies on the ground as South African Police officers assisted by Cape Town Metro Police forcefully removed refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LV1A5.jpg0 viewsA woman (C) shouts as a South African Police officer assisted by Cape Town Metro Police forcefully remove refugees from various countries who were camping outside the Cape Town offices of the United Nations Council for refugees, In Cape Town on October 30, 2019. - Violent scuffles break out in Cape Town as riot police remove refugees outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office. Protesters were holding a sit-in for 24 days over the safety of foreign nationals in the city. (Photo by - / AFP)
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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_1LB5ZY.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture from Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) teken on October 10, 2019, shows the arrival of 123 Africal refugees and asylum seekers, mostly Eritreans, from Libya supported by Rwanda's UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, at the Kigali international airport in Kigali, Rwanda. - Rwanda has recently agreed with UNHCR and the African Union (AU) to host hundreds of African refugees and asylum-seekers held in detention centres in Libya. (Photo by Cyril NDEGEYA / Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA)" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LB5ZV.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture from Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) teken on October 10, 2019, shows the arrival of 123 Africal refugees and asylum seekers, mostly Eritreans, from Libya supported by Rwanda's UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, at the Kigali international airport in Kigali, Rwanda. - Rwanda has recently agreed with UNHCR and the African Union (AU) to host hundreds of African refugees and asylum-seekers held in detention centres in Libya. (Photo by Cyril NDEGEYA / Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA)" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LB5ZU.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture from Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) teken on October 10, 2019, shows the arrival of 123 Africal refugees and asylum seekers, mostly Eritreans, from Libya supported by Rwanda's UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, at the Kigali international airport in Kigali, Rwanda. - Rwanda has recently agreed with UNHCR and the African Union (AU) to host hundreds of African refugees and asylum-seekers held in detention centres in Libya. (Photo by Cyril NDEGEYA / Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA)" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1L82I9.jpg1 viewsIn this photo taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria, in Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, shows a soldier stands guard near the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, on October 8, 2019. - Turkey's vice president says his country won't bow to threats in an apparent response to U.S. President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara about the scope of its planned military incursion into Syria aiming to create a zone that would allow Turkey to resettle Syrian refugees there. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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000_1L82I1.jpg0 viewsIn this photo taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria, in Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, shows a gate beytween Syria and Turkey in the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, on October 8, 2019. - Turkey's vice president says his country won't bow to threats in an apparent response to U.S. President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara about the scope of its planned military incursion into Syria aiming to create a zone that would allow Turkey to resettle Syrian refugees there. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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000_1L82HR.jpg0 viewsIn this photo taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria, in Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, shows a building of Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG, walks near a building in the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, on October 8, 2019. - Turkey's vice president says his country won't bow to threats in an apparent response to U.S. President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara about the scope of its planned military incursion into Syria aiming to create a zone that would allow Turkey to resettle Syrian refugees there. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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000_1L82H4.jpg0 viewsIn this photo taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria, in Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, shows a member of Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG, walks near a building in the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, on October 8, 2019. - Turkey's vice president says his country won't bow to threats in an apparent response to U.S. President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara about the scope of its planned military incursion into Syria aiming to create a zone that would allow Turkey to resettle Syrian refugees there. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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000_1L82G9.jpg0 viewsIn this photo taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria, in Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, a flag of Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG, flies on a building in the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, on October 8, 2019. - Turkey's vice president says his country won't bow to threats in an apparent response to U.S. President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara about the scope of its planned military incursion into Syria aiming to create a zone that would allow Turkey to resettle Syrian refugees there. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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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_1KS9KY.jpg0 viewsA woman migrant holds her child, following a rescue operation by a Frontex patrol vessel, at the port of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on September 29,2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KU.jpg0 viewsMigrants are seen on board a Greek Coast Guard rescue boat at the port of Skala Sikamias following a rescue operation by a Frontex patrol vessel , on the island of Lesbos on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KT.jpg0 viewsA woman migrant holds her baby, following a rescue operation by a Frontex patrol vessel, at the port of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KS.jpg0 viewsA young migrant is helped by a volunteer of Refugee Rescue NGO , following a rescue operation by a Frontex patrol vessel, at the port of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesbos on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KR.jpg0 viewsMigrants are seen on board a Greek Coast Guard rescue boat at the port of Skala Sikamias following a rescue operation by a Frontex patrol vessel , on the island of Lesbos on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KQ.jpg1 viewsMigrants from Afghanistan holds a 20-day-old baby, following a rescue operation by the Greek Coast Guard, at the port of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesbos on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KP.jpg0 viewsA man migrant from Afghanistan holds his 20-day-old baby, following a rescue operation by the Greek Coast Guard, at the port of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesbos on September 29, 2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KO.jpg0 viewsVolunteers of the Refugee Rescue NGO help a woman migrant from Afghanistan to warms her 20-day-old baby, as they arrives at the port of Skala Sikamias, following a rescue operation by the Greek Coast Guard, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on September 29,2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KN.jpg0 viewsA woman migrant from Afghanistan holds her 20-day-old baby, as she arrives at the port of Skala Sikamias, following a rescue operation by the Greek Coast Guard, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on September 29,2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KS9KK.jpg0 viewsMigrants are seen in the bus as they transfer to a refugee camp from the port of Skala Sikamias, following a rescue operation by the Greek Coast Guard on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on September 29,2019. - There were 51 million more migrants in the world in 2019 than in 2010, a 23 percent increase, according to the report prepared by the population division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
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000_1KH21F.jpg0 viewsA photo shows the facade of the Health Ministry with the inscription, reading "Shitty welcome", after an action of pro-migrant activists of the collective "Accueil de merde" on September 21, 2019 in Paris, to denounce a possible reform of the state medical assistance. (Photo by Shahzad ABDUL / AFP)
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000_1KB9Y2.jpg2 viewsA migrant with a child is helped by rescuers as he arrives on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey, on September 16, 2019. - Migration is a hot political issue in Europe, which experienced a wave of more than a million asylum-seekers in 2015, most of them from war-ravaged Syria.
Since then, though the numbers have drastically fallen, the topic has remained in the news with tensions over an EU deal with Turkey to prevent crossings, as well as Mediterranean Sea rescues of boats filled with migrants. (Photo by ARIS MESSINIS / AFP)
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000_1KB8G9.jpg1 viewsMigrants with a child, helped by rescuers arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey, on September 16, 2019. - Migration is a hot political issue in Europe, which experienced a wave of more than a million asylum-seekers in 2015, most of them from war-ravaged Syria.
Since then, though the numbers have drastically fallen, the topic has remained in the news with tensions over an EU deal with Turkey to prevent crossings, as well as Mediterranean Sea rescues of boats filled with migrants. (Photo by ARIS MESSINIS / AFP)
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000_1KB8G7.jpg1 viewsMigrants with a child, helped by rescuers arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey, on September 16, 2019. - Migration is a hot political issue in Europe, which experienced a wave of more than a million asylum-seekers in 2015, most of them from war-ravaged Syria.
Since then, though the numbers have drastically fallen, the topic has remained in the news with tensions over an EU deal with Turkey to prevent crossings, as well as Mediterranean Sea rescues of boats filled with migrants. (Photo by ARIS MESSINIS / AFP)
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000_1KB8G5.jpg0 viewsMigrants helped by rescuers arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey, on September 16, 2019. - Migration is a hot political issue in Europe, which experienced a wave of more than a million asylum-seekers in 2015, most of them from war-ravaged Syria.
Since then, though the numbers have drastically fallen, the topic has remained in the news with tensions over an EU deal with Turkey to prevent crossings, as well as Mediterranean Sea rescues of boats filled with migrants. (Photo by ARIS MESSINIS / AFP)
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000_1KB17I.jpg0 viewsThe UN refugee agency UNHCR Chief of Mission for Libya, Jean-Paul Cavalieri, gives a press conference in the Libyan capital Tripoli on September 15, 2019. - Libya, despite being wracked by chaos and conflict since the 2011 uprising that killed dictator Moamer Kadhafi, has remained a major transit route for migrants, especially from sub-Saharan Africa. (Photo by Mahmud TURKIA / AFP)
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