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This Pandora Murano glass bead in black features a white polka dot design. This bead is considered black but it is more of a deep charcoal gray. It compliments nicely with our black zig zag and black flower Murano glass beads. Each glass bead is hand made from the finest Murano glass using extrem...

Photo of drowned boy sparks outcry The Turkish coastguard said the migrants had set off from Turkey's Bodrum peninsula for the Greek island of Kos in the early hours of Wednesday morning, but the two boats they were in sank shortly afterwards.

Twelve bodies, including five children, were recovered. Of 23 people on board the two boats, only nine people are thought to have survived some made it to shore with life jackets. The beach where the bodies were found has become suddenly notorious, but on any day there you will find the debris deflated dinghy parts, the abandoned belongings of those attempting the crossing of the desperate The image of the young boy, shown wearing a red T shirt and lying face down on the beach near Bodrum, was published shortly after the bodies washed up on shore at about 06:00 local time. Turkish news agency Dogan said he and the rest of the group were Syrians from the besieged town of Kobane who had fled to Turkey last year to escape advancing militants from the Islamic State (IS) group. Turkish media describe relatives breaking down as they identified the bodies. The pictured boy is reported to be three year old Aylan, who drowned along with his five year old brother Galip and their mother, Rihan. Their father, Abdullah Kurdi, survived. Syrian boy's father tells of discount pandora charms australia drowningHe and his family reportedly sought asylum in Canada before attempting the journey but their refugee application was turned down. Teema Kurdi, Abdullah's sister who lives in Vancouver, told Canada's National Post newspaper that she had been sale of pandora charms trying to help them leave the Middle East. Abdullah is reported to have been kidnapped and tortured during the siege of Kobane by Islamic State or another jihadist group. "I was trying to sponsor them [.] but we couldn't get them out, and that is why they went in the boat," she said. The family is believed to have no other option because Syrian Kurdish refugees in Turkey find it almost impossible to get an exit pandora sale bracelets visa unless they have a passport, which few do. A local fisherman who discovered the bodies on the shore said: "I came to the sea and I was scared. My heart is broken." According to the BBC's Fergal Keane, the beach where the bodies were found has become suddenly notorious, but on any day there you will find the debris deflated dinghy parts, abandoned belongings of the desperate. 'Tragic reminder'The BBC has chosen to publish only one photograph of Aylan, in which he is being carried by a Turkish police officer and is unidentifiable. However, several news organisations have published more graphic images of the boy. UK newspaper The Independent said it had decided to use the images on its website because "among the often glib words about the 'ongoing migrant crisis', it is all too easy to forget the reality of the desperate situation facing many refugees". Despite the reaction to the image online, there has been little reaction from European leaders. The dead boy's father desperately tried to save his family, his aunt Teema Kurdi told Canadian journalist Terry Glavin. "He made it, but his wife didn't and there's a terrible story he told about swimming from one to the other," Mr Glavin said in an interview with BBC Radio 5 live. Abdullah found both of his sons and his wife dead although initially he was not able to recognise her because her body had been pandora cupcake charm so badly damaged by the rocks. Justin Forsyth, chief executive of the charity Save the Children, said the "tragic image" was a reminder of "the dangers children and families are taking in search of a better life". "This child's plight should concentrate minds and force the EU to come together and agree to a plan to tackle the refugee crisis," he added.


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