Europe has been rocked in recent weeks by two successive tragedies that have shaken public opinion. Firstly, on August 28, the bodies of 71 people, probably Syrian, were found in an abandoned truck on a highway in Austria. Of the 71 individuals, there were 59 men, eight women and four children, a girl of one or two years old and three boys aged 8, 9 or 10 years. A few days later, it was the image of the dead body of AylanKurdi, a Syrian Kurdish child of 3 years old, on a Turkish beach, which sparked massive emotion throughout Europe. His mother and brother, Ghalib, 5 years old, also died in the sinking of the vessel. Only the father survived.
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