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  • More than 25,000 migrants and asylum seekers have died or gone missing on the Mediterranean since 2014. Hundreds of thousands more have been returned to Libya to face detention and abuse. These people were picked up by the Libyan Coast Guard and taken back to Garaboli, Libya, on 23 May 2022. Hazem Ahmed/Reuters
    More than 25,000 migrants trying to reach Europe have died or gone missing on the Mediterranean since 2014. Hundreds of thousands more have been returned to Libya to face detention and abuse – like these people in the Libyan port of Garaboli in May 2022.

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