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It has been two years since Alan Kurdi's death – and things have only got worse for Syrian refugees - The Independent

Two years ago today the photograph of a lifeless little boy washed up on a Turkish beach went viral. For a moment, the indignity done to the boy and his grieving family seemed to offer hope that a prevailing political hostility to refugees fleeing to ...and more »

After the world lost interest in Alan Kurdi, the carnage continued - Macleans.ca

There will be a reckoning for all of this one day, and we will all be judged, every last one of us. But on this day, two years on, it is enough to recount what happened in the early morning hours of September 2, 2015. The Turkish photojournalist ...and more »

8500 people lost in Mediterranean since death of three-year-old Alan Kurdi - The Guardian

Author Khaled Hosseini responds to images of Syrian boy washed ashore by writing short story animated in virtual reality. Experience Khaled Hosseini's story Sea Prayer in virtual reality · Saeed Kamali Dehghan · @SaeedKD. Fri 1 Sep 2017 01.00 EDT Last ...and more »

'Sea Prayer' - UNHCR

By UNHCR staff | 02 September 2017 | Español | Français | عربي. Two years ago – on September 2, 2015 – three-year-old Alan Kurdi drowned whilst fleeing from Syria to Greece by way of Turkey. The image of the toddler's lifeless body sparked a surge of ...and more »

Two years after Alan Kurdi's death, little has changed - Macleans.ca

Abdullah al-Kurdi holds his son's body as they bury drowned migrants during a funeral in Kobani, Syria. (DICLE NEWS AGENCY/EPA/CP). Alan Kurdi and his brother Ghalib have been dead now for two years. If they were still alive today, they would be five ...and more »

Aylan Kurdi Death: 2 Years Later, Mediterranean Is Still Deadly - NBCNews.com

Two years since a photo of lifeless Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi lying face down on a Turkish beach captured the world's attention, the migration crisis has shifted to the other side of the Mediterranean Sea. Most migrants attempting to reach Europe now ...and more »

At least 8500 refugees drowned on way to Europe since death of Alan Kurdi - Middle East Eye

At least 8,500 refugees and migrants have drowned while crossing the Mediterranean since the death of three-year-old Syrian boy Alan Kurdi two years ago, according to the latest figures from the UNHCR. Ahead of Saturday's second anniversary of Kurdi's ...and more »

FactCheck Q&A: Has the migration crisis improved since the death of Alan Kurdi? - Channel 4 News

It has been two years since Alan Kurdi, a three-year-old boy from Syria, was found washed up on a beach in Turkey. Photographs of the dead toddler (who's name was initially reported as Aylan Kurdi) sparked international outrage, highlighting the plight ...and more »

More than 8000 lives lost crossing the Mediterranean in the two years since Alan Kurdi's death - Telegraph.co.uk

More than 8,000 refugees and migrants have died or gone missing while trying to cross the Mediterranean since the death of Alan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler whose body washed up on a Turkish beach two years ago today (SAT), according to the latest UN ...and more »

Around 8500 refugees have died in the two years since Alan Kurdi drowned - Isle of Wight Radio

The body of a two-year-old child, face down on the shoreline and alone, was a chilling reminder of the suffering of refugees attempting to reach Europe. Photographs of Alan Kurdi, who was drowned in the Mediterranean on 2 September while fleeing war in ...and more »