migrant crisis

An Eritrean refugee girl plays with clay in front of a shelter in Mai-Aini refugee camp near in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, Feb. 10, 2016.

As Western nations shut out migrants, Ethiopia's doors are open — even to its enemy

Every day, Eritreans make the perilous journey across the border into Ethiopia where the prospect of a refugee camp within the borders of their country’s enemy, increasingly holds more promise than staying home. And Ethiopia appears only too willing to oblige.

As Western nations shut out migrants, Ethiopia's doors are open — even to its enemy
Brkitay Gebru wakes every morning at dawn to care for her children. Her husband took off in February and she hasn't heard from him since.

This Eritrean woman found out her husband had abandoned her when she couldn't find her bank card to pay rent

This Eritrean woman found out her husband had abandoned her when she couldn't find her bank card to pay rent
Deportation stamps used by the German federal police "Bundespolizei" to stamp ID documents of rejected asylum seekers, in Rosenheim, southern Germany.

In Germany, mass deportation is a touchy subject

In Germany, mass deportation is a touchy subject
Young migrants and refugees walk through a town in northern Serbia toward the Hungarian border. There's a fear that young men like these might bring violence with them.

These men say they're leaving Syria because they don't want to fight anyone

These men say they're leaving Syria because they don't want to fight anyone
Tunisian fishermen try on life jackets offered by MSF at the end of the training. The fishermen say in general they lack the equipment to cope with boatloads of migrants and refugees in distress.

Tunisian fishermen are trained to be 'safety nets' for migrants making a deadly sea crossing

Tunisian fishermen are trained to be 'safety nets' for migrants making a deadly sea crossing