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Tripura Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Debbarman assures resumption of ration supply at a refugee camp in Kanchanpur, ending Reang Bru tribe's eight day protest, in North Tripura district.

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Tripura royal scion Pradyot Kishore Manikya meets Bru refugees during their protest demanding resumption of free ration and cash-dole to them, in Kanchanpur.

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Displaced Bru refugee families board a bus to return to Mizoram as part of a home ministry-sponsored rehabilitation programme, in Kanchanpur, Tripura. With only one day left for the final round of repatriation of Bru refugees from Tripura to Mizoram, the exercise has run into rough weather as the community leaders decided not to return to their home state till their demands were met.

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Pope Francis unveils a sculpture on the occasion of the Migrant and Refugee World Day, in St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican.

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Polish World War II refugees during the inauguration of a memorial pillar dedicated to around 5000 Polish refugees who stayed in Kolhapur between 1942 to 1948, in Kohlapur.

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Polish World War II refugees, who lived in Kolhapur in Western Maharashtra between 1942 to 1948, visit Panhala Fort in Kolhapur. A memorial pillar dedicated to around 5000 Polish refugees who stayed in Kolhapur would be unveiled by Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz, on September 14.

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Angelina Jolie, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees special envoy, address a meeting on U.N. peacekeeping at U.N. headquarters.

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Pakistani Kashmiris who fled Chakoti, situated near the Line of Control between India and Pakistan, take refuge in a school at Hatian Bala, 40 kilometers from Muzafarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir.

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Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie visits the Red Cross field hospital at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Nearly 700,000 Rohingya, a persecuted Muslim minority in Myanmar, are living in refugee camps in coastal Cox's Bazar after fleeing their villages following a military crackdown.

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Syrian refugee's tents are reflected in a pool of rain water at a refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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Syrian refugees use a floating piece of wood to move around after heavy rain caused flooding at a refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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A Syrian refugee hangs clothes to dry at a flooded refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. A storm that battered Lebanon for five days has displaced many Syrian refugees after their tents got flooded with water or destroyed by snow.

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Migrants wave and give the v-sign as they disembark at Hay Wharf, Pieta, Malta. The 49 rescued migrants who were stranded at sea since last month were brought to Malta and then distributed among eight European Union countries. The deal, announced by Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, breaks a stalemate that began after 32 were rescued by a German aid group's vessel on Dec. 22. The other 17 were rescued on Dec. 29 by a different aid boat. Both Italy and Malta have refused to let private rescue ships bring migrants to their shores.

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Dark clouds hang over an informal camp for Syrian refugees, in the eastern Bekaa Valley town of Kab Elias, Lebanon. Temperatures in Bekaa valley took a dip reaching Zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit).

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A sick migrant from Egypt is given medical treatment on the deck of the Nuestra Madre de Loreto Spanish fishing vessel carrying 12 migrants rescued off the coast of Libya. Meanwhile, Spanish officials say they have rescued about 650 migrants from 16 boats crossing the Mediterranean from North Africa to Europe finding one dead woman among them.

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Rohingya children at a settlement in Jammu

Photograph by Karan Singh

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie speaks during a press conference at government palace in Lima, Peru. Jolie, who met with Venezuelans refugees in Peru as a special envoy for the UN's High Commissioner for Refugees.

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In this photo provided by Assam Police are seen seven Rohingya immigrants being handed over to Myanmar authorities after completing deportation formalities, at Moreh border post in Manipur. The illegal immigrants were detained in 2012 and since then they were lodged in Cachar Central Jail in Assam's Silchar.

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Displaced Bru refugee families board a bus to return to Mizoram as part of a Home ministry sponsored rehabilitation package, in Agartala.

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Venezuelan migrant cries as she talks to her father on the phone, who is staying in Ecuador, as she boards a bus that will take her to the airport to fly back to her homeland, in Quito, Ecuador. The woman will travel back home with a group of migrants in an airplane provided by the government of Venezuela.

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Casapound far-right win activists hold a banner reading "Rocca di Papa is not the solution, immediate repatriation", as they stage an anti-migrants protest in Rocca di Papa, near Rome. Approximately 100 refugees and migrants who disembarked from the Italian coast guard ship 'Diciotti' last Sunday after a ten days standoff arrived at a catholic run reception center in Rocca di Papa.

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Casapound far-right wing activists protest the arrival of migrants at the Catholic Church center 'Mondo Migliore' in Rocca di Papa, near Rome. Approximately 100 refugees and migrants who disembarked from the Italian coast guard ship 'Diciotti' on Sunday after a ten days standoff are expected to arrive in Rocca di Papa reception center.

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Rohingya refugee girls cross a makeshift bamboo bridge at Kutupalong refugee camp, where they have been living amid uncertainty over their future after they fled Myanmar to escape violence a year ago, in Bangladesh.

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Rohingya refugees play at Balukhali Refugee Camp in Bangladesh. Investigators working for the U.N.'s top human rights body said Monday that Myanmar military leaders should be prosecuted for genocide against Rohingya Muslims, taking the unusual step of identifying six by name among those behind deadly, systematic crimes against the ethnic minority.

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Rohingya refugees bathe at a hand water pump at Kutupalong refugee camp, where they have been living amid uncertainty over their future after they fled Myanmar to escape violence a year ago, in Bangladesh.

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Rohingya refugees cry as they pray during a gathering to commemorate the first anniversary of Myanmar army's crackdown which lead to a mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims to Bangladesh, at Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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Bosnian people gather during a protest in Bihac, 450 kms northwest of Sarajevo. A few dozen people have gathered in the northwestern Bosnian town of Bihac to protest the government’s response to unprecedented influx of migrants from the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

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In this photo, migrants rest on the deck of the Open Arms boat, after being rescued off the coast of Libya in the early hours of the night. Rescuers from the Spanish non -profit Open Arms saved 87 migrants off the coast of Libya in a dramatic nighttime operation.

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African migrant workers stage a march to protest against their work conditions, following the death of 16 of their colleagues in two separate road accidents, near Foggia, Italy.

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A member of civil protection play with a young migrant child inside a sport centre in San Roque, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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A Spanish Guardia Civil officer moves a group of migrants at the port of Algeciras, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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A group of migrants line up at the port of Algeciras, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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A migrant rests at the dock of the port of Algeciras, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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A Guardia Civil officer holds a migrant inside a sport centre in Los Barrios, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar. Spain's foreign minister says the European Union's executive branch has allocated 55 million euros ($64.2 million) to manage an upsurge of migrant arrivals mostly from Morocco. With nearly 23,000 arrivals recorded so far, Spain has become this year the main entry point into Europe for migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea by boat.

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A migrant and a Spanish Civil Guard policeman play with an inflated glove at the port of Barbate, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar, in Barbate, Spain. Maritime rescue authorities say 751 migrants have been plucked from 52 dinghies trying to reach Spanish shores from northern Africa, this year's most popular route into Europe.

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Migrants prepare to spend the night onboard a Spanish Maritime Rescue Service boat docked at the port of Algeciras, southern Spain, after being rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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In this photo taken late Wednesday, migrants spend the night onboard a Spanish Maritime Rescue Service boat at the port of Algeciras, southern Spain, after being rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar. Around 800 migrants stormed border fences separating Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta from Morocco to get into Europe, police said.

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Rescue workers from the Proactiva Open Arms Spanish NGO retrieve the bodies of an adult and a child amid the drifting remains of a destroyed migrant boat off the Libyan coast. A migrant rescue aid group accused Libya's coast guard of abandoning three people in the Mediterranean Sea, including an adult woman and a toddler who died, after intercepting some 160 Europe-bound migrants near the shores of the northern African country.

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A protester is dragged away by Italian police outside the Ministry of Transport in Rome. Dozens of protesters chained themselves to the steps in a demonstration against the government's hard-line immigration policy.

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Protesters chains themselves outside the Ministry of Transport in Rome. Dozens of protesters chained themselves to the steps in a demonstration against the government's hard-line immigration policy. Writing on Italian signs reads "State shipwrecks, right to rescue, drowned rights."

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Two activists sits on top of the 60-meter (197-feet) monument Christopher Columbus tower after placing a vest with the words "Open Arms" on the statue in Barcelona, Spain. Activists in Barcelona have dressed in an orange life-vest a statue of 15th-century explorer Christopher Columbus to turn attention to the loss of life of migrants and refugees in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Migrants sit in the Spanish-run Open Arms rescue ship after being rescued at sea. The Open Arms, with 60 migrants on board, was south of the Italian island of Sardinia, some 300 nautical miles from its destination Barcelona.

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Members of Lifeline's crew stage a protest outside the tribunal as Claus-Peter Reisch, the German captain of Lifeline, a private ship that rescues migrants, attends an arraignment hearing in Valletta, Malta's capital. The Lifeline rescued 234 migrants in waters off Libya, then headed to Malta after Italy refused entrance to the ship. Reisch was charged with using the boat in Maltese waters without proper registration or license. The phrase "Rescue ships blocked 400 dead" apparently referred to the many migrants who are believed to have drowned in recent days off Libya.

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Syrian refugees gather in their vehicles getting ready to cross into Syria from the eastern Lebanese border town of Arsal, Lebanon. About 400 Syrians are expected to make the crossing, after having requested permission from the Lebanese and Syrian governments.

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A child is disembarked from the ship operated by German aid group Mission Lifeline, carrying 234 migrants, after it docked at the Valletta port in Malta, following a journey of nearly a week while awaiting permission to make landfall. Eight European nations agreed to accept the passengers who qualify as refugees.

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Migrants sleep at a makeshift emergency center for migrants at Barbate's municipal sports center, in the south of Spain, after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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Migrants rest inside a sport center in Tarifa, southern Spain, after being rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar. Spain's Maritime Rescue Service says it has picked up just over 400 people from the Mediterranean as migrants hasten to reach Spain from North Africa while the weather remains fair.

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In this photo, released by the Libyan coast guard, African migrants who were on boats in distress in the Mediterranean on their way to Europe, and rescued by the Libyan coast guard arrive to shore, east of the capital, Tripoli, Libya. Four boats, boarding 490 African migrants including 75 women and 21 children, were intercepted on Sunday off the town of Gohneima.

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Activists wearing white masks are reflected in a glass window during a protest to mark World Refugee Day in Madrid.

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Activists lay on the ground to mark World Refugee Day during a protest in Madrid.

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An Italian Coast Guard boat approaches the French NGO "SOS Mediterranee" Aquarius ship as migrants are being transferred, in the Mediterranean Sea.

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The French NGO "SOS Mediterranee" Aquarius ship is seen in the Mediterranean Sea. Italy dispatched two ships to help take 629 migrants stuck off its shores on the days-long voyage to Spain in what is forecast to be bad weather, after the new populist government refused them safe port in a dramatic bid to force Europe to share the burden of unrelenting arrivals.

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Hawa Tembe, whose mother is from Mozambique, joins the applause as Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., top center, joined by Hispanic Caucus Chair Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-N.M., and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., protest against threats by President Donald Trump against Central American asylum-seekers to separate children from their parents along the southwest border to deter migrants from crossing into the United States, at the Capitol in Washington.

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Refugees and migrants are transferred to the SOS Mediterranee Aquarius rescue ship a day after being rescued by members of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, after they tried to leave Libya and reach European soil aboard an overcrowded rubber boat. Italy's coast guard said it had granted authorization for 105 migrants rescued at sea by a Spanish aid group to transfer to a sturdier boat after more than a daylong bureaucratic tussle left them exposed to the elements on the Mediterranean Sea.

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Refugees and migrants wait to be rescued by members of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, after leaving Libya trying to reach European soil aboard an overcrowded rubber boat, north of Libyan coast.

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Refugees and migrants are rescued by members of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, after leaving Libya trying to reach European soil aboard an overcrowded rubber boat, north of Libyan coast. In total 105 refugees and migrants from Bangladesh, Egypt, Nigeria, Marrocos, Gana, Pakistan, Sudan, Libya, Eritrea and Senegal were rescued in the overcrowded rubber boat.

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Rohingya refugees rebuild their makeshift house, in preparation for the approaching monsoon season at the Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Kutupalong, Bangladesh.

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Displaced occupants of an abandoned government building that caught fire and collapsed early the day before, gather on the sidewalk in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The fire is sure to put a spotlight on occupations of other abandoned buildings in Brazil's biggest city.

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The 226 Rohingya refugees have been living in a makeshift camp since a blaze razed their homes to ground in Sarita Vihar in New Delhi.

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Ethnic-Rohingya men line up to enter a temporary shelter in Bireuen, Aceh province, Indonesia. Indonesian fishermen rescued dozens of Rohingya Muslims from a boat stranded off Aceh province, police said, in the latest attempt by members of the persecuted ethnic group to flee Myanmar by sea.

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Central American migrants who attended the annual Migrants Stations of the Cross caravan for migrants' rights, rest at a shelter in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco state, Mexico. The remnants of the migrant caravan that drew the ire of President Donald Trump were continuing their journey north through Mexico toward the U.S. border.

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Rohingya refugees at a camp on the outskirts of Jammu

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A Rohingya boy takes a nap under the shade of a tree after an early Sunday fire razed down a Rohingya camp in the Kalindi Kunj area of New Delhi.

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Rohingya Muslim woman, Zohra, 40 sits at the site after an early Sunday fire razed down a Rohingya camp in the Kalindi Kunj area of New Delhi.

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Rohingya woman Hajira Khatoon, 27 sits at a temporary shelter provided by non-governmmental organizations and volunteers after an early Sunday fire razed down a Rohingya camp in the Kalindi Kunj area of New Delhi.

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A Rohingya boy walks at the site after an early Sunday fire razed down a Rohingya camp in the Kalindi Kunj area of New Delhi. No casualties have been reported.

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A migrant sits along the Canal Saint Denis next to a makeshift camp, in Paris.

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Migrants sleep outside the police headquarters at the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki. Several hundred refugees and migrants have gathered outside a police station in Greece's second largest city, waiting for hours to be formally arrested and gain temporary residence in the European Union country.

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Refugees and migrants wait to be rescued by aid workers of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, after leaving Libya trying to reach European soil aboard an overcrowded rubber boat, 60 miles north of Al-Khums, Libya.

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An African migrant with his face coloured stands during a protest in front of Rwanda embassy in Herzliya. African asylum seekers are protesting an Israeli plan to deport them. Israel says thousands of migrants have 60 days to accept an offer to leave the country for an unnamed African destination -- known to be Rwanda -- in exchange for $3,500 and a plane ticket. Those who don't by April 1 will be incarcerated indefinitely.

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329 refugees and migrants, mostly from Eritrea and Bangladesh, wait to be rescued by aid workers after leaving Libya trying to reach European soil aboard an overcrowded wooden boat, 45 miles north of Al-Khums, Libya.

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A Rohingya womamn refugee shows her identity card at a camp at Baruipur in South 24 Parganas.PTI Photo by Swapan Mahapatra

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Rohingya refugees at their temporary shelters at Baruipur in South 24 Parganas. Many Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh and other places to escape violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State since August 25 when the army launched a military crackdown, triggering an exodus. Rohingyas are reportedly not ready to return to their countries.

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A Rohingya refugee boy who was staying in no-man's land at Bandarban between Myanmar and Bangladesh border, clings to his father after arriving at Balukhali refugee camp 50 kilometres (32 miles) from, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

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A Rohingya refugee puts up a blanket for drying at Balukhali refugee camp 50 kilometres (32 miles) from, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

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Rohingya refugee women queue up outside a relief distribution center at Kutupalong near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The gradual repatriation of more than 650,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Myanmar from Bangladesh, scheduled to begin Tuesday, has been postponed amid widespread fears that refugees would be forced to return, a Bangladesh official said.

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Children from Eritrea rest on board the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue ship as the vessel heads to the Italian port of Pozzallo, in Sicily.

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Eritrean migrants wear chains to mimic slaves at a demonstration against the Israeli government's policy to forcibly deport African refugees and asylum seekers from Israel to Uganda and Rwanda, outside the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in Jerusalem. Hebrew signs read, "no for deportation, Rwanda equal to death" and "slaves for sale."

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Rohingya refugee stand in a queue to get registered at Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox's bazar, Bangladesh. Bangladesh and Myanmar have agreed that they will try to complete the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled from violence in Myanmar within two years, Bangladesh's Foreign Ministry said.

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Migrants from Africa take part in a demonstration protesting EU policy over migration from Africa, in Athens. Between 400,000 and 700,000 African migrants are living in camps in Libya, often under "inhuman" conditions, the chairman of the African Union Commission said at the close of a summit of European and African leaders.

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A migrant has his hands chained up during a rally protesting EU policy over migration from Africa, in Athens.

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A girl from a refugee family gets lipstick applied by an entertainer, in Bucharest, Romania. Children from families of refugees, coming from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Congo, took part in an event occasioned by Romania's upcoming national day.

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Afghan women carry winter necessities rations donated by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, (UNHCR) in Kabul, Afghanistan. UNHCR distributed winter necessities and cash to as many as 400 internally displaced people (IDPs) in Kabul city.

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Rohingya Muslim children are silhouetted against the setting sun as they fly kites in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, carrying construction material and walk towards Jamtoli refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh.

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A Rohingya Muslim child, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, plays in front of her makeshift tent at Jamtoli refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh.

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Migrants carrying their belongings march in protest against the living conditions of a migrant center in Conetta, near Venice, northern Italy. According to reports, some hundred migrants left the center and, escorted by police and with the support of the USB trade union, are heading on foot to another town near Venice.

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Rohingya Muslims, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, wait in queues to receive aid at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, walk in a narrow pathway at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, walk with a bundle of firewood at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the U.S. is deeply concerned by "credible reports" of atrocities committed by Myanmar's security forces and called for an independent investigation into a humanitarian crisis in which hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims carrying construction material walk towards to the Hakim Para refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims travel on a raft made with plastic containers on which they crossing over the Naf river from Myanmar into Bangladesh, near Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh.

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Rohingya Muslims on a raft made with plastic containers cross over the Naf River from Myanmar into Bangladesh, near Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh. More than 600,000 members of the Muslim minority have fled to Bangladesh since August, when Rohingya insurgents attacked Myanmar police and paramilitary posts, and security forces responded with a scorched-earth campaign against Rohingya villages.

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In this Nov. 4, 2017, photo, three Rohingya Muslims swim the Naf river while crossing the Myanmar-Bangladesh border in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh. Rohingya Muslims escaping the violence in their homeland of Myanmar are now so desperate that some are trying to swim to safety in neighboring Bangladesh, even if they have never been in the water before.

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Rohingya Muslims sit on a raft made with plastic containers on which they crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, as they wait for the permission to proceed forward, near Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh.

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Light from a torch falls on the face of a Rohingya Muslim girl sitting with a group on a raft made with plastic containers on which they crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, as they wait for the permission to proceed forward, near Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh.

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Migrants from a sinking inflatable boat try to get on a Libyan coast guard boat, left, during a rescue operation at sea.

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Migrants from a sinking inflatable boat try to get on a Libyan coast guard boat during a rescue operation at sea.

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Migrants from a sinking inflatable dinghy try to get on a Libyan coast guard boat during a rescue operation at sea. Five migrants have died as a German nonprofit organization, Sea-Watch, and the Libyan coast guard tried to rescue them from their foundering boat in the Mediterranean, with each side blaming the other for botching the operation.

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A migrant struggles underneath a Libyan coast guard boat during a rescue operation at sea. Five migrants have died as a German nonprofit organization, Sea-Watch, and the Libyan coast guard tried to rescue them from their foundering boat in the Mediterranean, with each side blaming the other for botching the operation.

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