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Journeys of hope: what will migration routes into Europe look like in 2021?

Thousands of people, many fleeing persecution and conflict, will risk everything this year, seeking a new life of freedom and opportunity In 2020, ten

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Thousands of people, many fleeing persecution and conflict, will risk everything this year, seeking a new life of freedom and opportunity

In 2020, tens of thousands of migrants crossed desert and sea, climbed mountains and walked through forests to reach what has become an increasingly inhospitable Europe. Many of them died, overwhelmed by the waves, or tortured in the detention centres of Libya. More were displaced after the flames of Moria refugee camp in Greece burned everything they had.

As a new year begins, so do the journeys of tens of thousands more people seeking a new life overseas. The Guardian has spoken to experts, charity workers and NGOs about the challenges and risks they face on the main migration routes into Europe.

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