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The death of Alan Kurdi: one year on, compassion towards refugees fades - The Guardian

Sitting in a refugee camp in northern Greece, Mohammad Mohammad, a Syrian taxi driver, holds up a picture of three-year-old Alan Kurdi. It is nearly a year since the same photograph of the dead toddler sparked a wave of outrage across Europe, and ...and more »

'Photo of my dead son has changed nothing', says father of drowned Syrian refugee boy Alan Kurdi - Telegraph.co.uk

The father of Alan Kurdi, the young Syrian boy pictured washed up on a Turkish beach who became a symbol of the refugee crisis, has accused the world of turning its back on Syria, as people continue to die. On the eve of the anniversary of his son's ...and more »

A year after Aylan Kurdi's tragic death, the world is still numb to the Syrian refugee crisis - Quartz

One year ago today, the world was devastated by images of a small Syrian child who had drowned while attempting to reach safety in Greece. The photographs of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, face-down on a Turkish beach, did what the relentlessly rising ...and more »

Looking Back at Alan Kurdi and Other Faces of Syrian Crisis - New York Times

Friday is the first anniversary of the death of Alan Kurdi, a 2-year-old Syrian refugee whose drowned body was discovered on a beach in Turkey. Photos of the boy shocked the world and put a human face on the refugee crisis. In the months since ...and more »

A year after Alan Kurdi's death, memories fade — but not for his father - CBC.ca

WARNING: This story contains a disturbing image, included below. It's been one year since the image of a drowned toddler lying face down on a Turkish beach turned the eyes of the world to the Syrian refugee crisis, but observers say the powerful ...and more »

The Death of a Small Syrian Boy - Human Rights Watch

One year ago today, a three-year-old boy named Alan Kurdi drowned in the Aegean Sea. Having fled the war in Syria with his family, Alan died on the final stretch of the arduous journey to safety in Europe when the overcrowded rubber dinghy he was in ...and more »

1 year after death of Alan Kurdi, family says little has changed - CTV News

One year after the lifeless body of a three-year-old boy washed up on a Turkish beach, the boy's family says little has been done to stop the war in Syria and migrants continue to die trying to reach Europe every day. The UNHCR estimates that, since ...and more »

David Cameron promised to take in 20000 Syrian refugees. What have the Tories actually delivered? - The Independent

A year ago, the image of Alan Kurdi's body on a Turkish beach prompted promises that action must be taken to ensure such shocking scenes weren't repeated. The Independent's petition urging the government to take in more refugees was signed by nearly ...and more »

Syrian refugee crisis: How different countries have responded - The Independent

On the first anniversary of the death of Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi, the Government's approach to refugees is once again in the spotlight. Other countries have taken varying numbers of people escaping from the conflict. Below is a brief summary of some ...and more »

A year on since we published one of the most shocking photographs ever taken, our government still hesitates to act - The Independent

11.5 per cent of Syria's population has been wiped out in the current conflict. But James Brokenshire, Jeremy Hunt, Boris Johnson, Theresa May, Maria Miller, Nicky Morgan, Michael Gove, and Iain Duncan Smith were among those who decided that children ...and more »