Images have a unique way of bringing home situations that might otherwise remain distant or statistical. They connect people to realities far from their own, revealing human emotion. Migrant Report interviewed four, award-winning photojournalists who have plunged deep into Europe's migration crisis. Some of them have been chasing this unfolding story of human...

An international peacekeeping operation is vital for Libya's future, the country's internationally-recognised Prime Minister ABDULLAH Al-THINNI tells MARK MICALLEF. But he is not so enthusiastic about the EU's ambition to run an anti-smuggling operation inside Libyan territory. [caption id="attachment_2496" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Internationally recognised Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni. Photo:...

Libyan detention centers, have come under intense media scrutiny over recent years with allegations of detained migrants being systematically abused and even tortured in some cases. In its latest report, ''Migration Trends Across: the Mediterranean: Connecting the Dots'', Altai Consulting provides greater insight into the inner-wokings...

Meet Henok Weldet, a 14-year-old Eritrean boy who has experienced more hardship and danger than most people twice his age. He was one of the 560 migrants rescued 14th May 2015, by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), and also one of many children who embark on this...