In the week after Kurdi’s death, the average number of daily donations to a Syrian refugee fund run by the Swedish Red Cross rose 100-fold
New picture shows a 10-month-old boy lying dead in mud on the bank of river Naf on Bangladesh-Myanmar border
The collective failure of both the public and the published opinion to influence decision making is highly alarming
Kurdi was speaking on the eve of the anniversary of the tragedy in which he also lost his wife and their other son
Photos conveying violence continue to surface, yet no one can put an end to the violence
Thousands of weekday commuters using the Main river footpath and road bridge will see the 120-square-meter image of the three-year-old Syrian boy
The image of the boy’s lifeless body lying face down on a Turkish beach galvanized world attention on the refugee crisis
The trial of Syrian nationals Muwafaka Alabash and Asem Alfrhad opened at the criminal court, if convicted, they face up to 35 years in jail
Images from the latest tragedy, including the bodies of children, failed to generate the same level of shock as when Aylan Kurdi drowned
She described being awakened by screaming and wailing after the boat struck rocks and capsized
The cartoon shows a man chasing a woman, with the caption asking: "What would have become of small Aylan if he grew up?"
In the latest issue of the weekly, a sketch shows a future Aylan in pursuit and harassing of a woman
Canadian media showed the boy's aunt Tima Kurdi, who now lives in Vancouver after emigrating to Canada in 1992, in tears
Tima Kurdi said Canada has approved her application to bring her brother Mohammed and his family to Canada
The photo of Aylan and of Syrian refugees on trains struck a particular chord among Germans
Think of some famous dead children, and then try to work out who might use their suffering to raise a satirical smile. For the sake of argument, make ...
It’s no use the Gulf countries building refugee camps – Syrians want a proper life elsewhere
What does it say about the wealthy Arab world that the doors are closed to our own people?
The waves of refugees will never stop, unless something is done about the root cause of their suffering
A Turkish police officer who was pictured picking up the lifeless body of Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi spoke to Turkey's Dogan news agency
European politicians are far concerned about not receiving more migrants than...
Over the last few months, migrants fleeing violence, persecution and poverty in their home countries have flocked to Europe
Tima Kurdi said through tears outside her home in Coquitlam, British Columbia, that she plans to help her brother
The lifeless body of the three-year-old boy washed ashore in southwest Turkey sparked a wave of emotion across Europe
Our ordeal is not your fault Europe, but in a way it is everyone’s failure - except the children
The picture has been amplified by social media, where illustrations of two-year-old Aylan Kurdi's body have been turned into poignant memes
A convoy of vehicles crossed into Kobane from the Turkish border town of Suruc on Friday.
The tweet caused a storm of outrage, with some users claiming that his view was “abhorrent” and “grotesque”
Sometimes it is hard to remain impartial when faced with an image like the one of little Aylan's lifeless body
The photograph has gone viral across social media and news outlets, and in most cases apparently rarely obscured
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