India: Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi remembered with sand sculpture




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Published on Sep 4, 2015

Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sculpture on Puri beach on Friday of the young Syrian child Aylan Kurdi, who washed up on the Turkish shore on Wednesday prompting huge international outcry over the growing migration and refugee crisis being faced globally. Inscribed beneath the sand sculpture are the words "Humanity washed ashore, Shame Shame Shame..."

The perceived inaction to assist refugees has led pressure to be exerted upon European authorities to bear more of the burden, which nations like Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan have had to disproportionately deal with. Within Europe Italy, Greece and Hungary are facing huge rates of migration.

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