The NATO-led military intervention in Libya has just fuelled more violence.
The ICC may be the only institution capable of breaking the current legal impasse.
Carola Rackete, captain of an NGO search and rescue ship, was arrested by Italian authorities when landing in Italy. She isn't the first to be criminalised for trying to save people at sea.
Lawyers ask ICC to investigate EU over its policy of deterring migrants from crossing the Mediterrean, the world's deadliest border.
How the 'refoulement' industry between Europe and Libya works.
It is difficult to see how the EU can allow its key African migration work to be supervised by Eritrea.
Gibraltar's decision to terminate permission for the Aquarius to conduct operations in the Mediterranean is the latest example of national politics undermining rescue at sea.
Newly proposed 'controlled centres' in the EU must not breach migrants' human rights.
The Sea-Watch 3 vessel has been prevented from leaving Malta to continue its search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
Migration is central to Mediterranean history and people have always moved between its two shores.
In March 2016, the EU struck a deal with Turkey to stop migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Greece. What has happened since?
The decision to repatriate migrants is a welcome intervention. But, it fails to consider the fundamental causes.
Police used water cannons and tear gas to remove a group of migrants and refugees from a square in Rome in August.
The number of people arriving has risen, but is not the highest on record.
It is a dangerous and illegal move to make.
There is an assumption that migrants are pulled to Europe as a 'destination' of choice. New research shows that often isn't the case.
The Conversation asked two experts to look at the data.
There are fundamental differences between Libya and Turkey, when it comes to returning migrants.