Mark Micallef

Migrant Report

Guest

Executive editor of Migrant Report

Mark Micallef on KCRW

The photo of a young boy, drowned and washed ashore on a Turkish beach, has captured the world's attention.

How One Photo Has Become a Symbol of the Migrant and Refugee Crisis

The photo of a young boy, drowned and washed ashore on a Turkish beach, has captured the world's attention.

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