Two Iraqi Kurdish men found dead en route to Europe
The bodies of two Kurdish migrants, who died in two separate incidents, were discovered in Greece and Turkey. They will be repatriated to the Kurdistan region soon, Ari Jalal, head of The Summit Foundation for Refugee and Displaced Affairs (Lutka) said on 5 August.
Saywan Salih, a 30 year-old man from Ranya city, was found dead on the Turkish shores of the Aegean sea, Ari Jala said.
While the body of Shkar Mohammed, a 31 year-old man from Sardasht city, was discovered in a dense forest near the Greek port city of Thessaloniki, he said.
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Photo caption: EDIRNE, TURKEY – MARCH 04, 2020: Migrants walk on a road in Edirne. Turkey will no longer close its border gates to refugees who want to go to Europe