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PHOTO GALLERY: Funeral of drowned Syrian migrants, including 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi


Abdullah Kurdi
In this image made from video, Abdullah Kurdi, foreground, the Syrian man who survived a capsizing during a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece, speaks to reporters from a graveyard after burying his wife and two sons in their hometown of Kobani, the Syrian Kurdish region they fled, on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015 (AP)
Syria
Relatives mourn during the funeral of two Syrian toddlers who drowned with their mother as they were trying to reach Greece, at the Syrian border town of Kobani September 4, 2015 (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi, father of three-year old Aylan Kurdi, cries as he leaves a morgue in Mugla, Turkey, September 3, 2015. The family of Aylan, a Syrian (Reuters)
Turkish
Turkish soldiers stand guard as a funeral transport vehicle (R) carrying the bodies of drowned Syrian migrants, including three-year old boy Aylan Kurdi, drives to the Turkish-Syrian border in Suruc, bordering with the northern Syrian town of Kobani, Turkey, September 4, 2015 (Reuters)
Tima Kurdi
Tima Kurdi, sister of Syrian refugee Abdullah Kurdi whose sons Aylan and Galip and wife Rehan were among 12 people who drowned in Turkey trying to reach Greece, reacts after crying and speaking to the media outside her home in Coquitlam, British Columbia September 3, 2015 (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi (C) poses with his sons Aylan (L) and Galip (R) in an undated photo provided by the Kurdi family. Abdullah Kurdi, distraught father of two Syrian (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi, the father of 3-year-old Syrian Kurdish boy Aylan Kurdi, carries the body of one of his sons during the funeral procession of his wife Rehan and his two sons, in Kobani, Syria, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015 (AP)
Kurdi
A close up shows Aylan Kurdi (L) and his brother Galip in an undated Kurdi family photograph placed outside the home of their aunt Tima Kurdi in Coquitlam, British Columbia September 3, 2015 (Reuters)
Tima Kurdi
A tear runs off the face of Tima Kurdi as talks about her late nephews Alan and Galib Kurdi, at her home in Coquitlam, B.C., Canada, on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 (AP)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi, father of three-year old Aylan Kurdi, cries as he leaves a morgue in Mugla, Turkey, September 3, 2015. The family of Aylan, a Syrian (Reuters)
Kobani
Relatives mourn during the funeral of two Syrian toddlers who drowned with their mother as they were trying to reach Greece, at the Syrian border town of Kobani September 4, 2015 Reuters))
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi, father of three-year old Aylan Kurdi, cries as he leaves a morgue in Mugla, Turkey, September 3, 2015 (Reuters)
Kurdi
A close up shows Aylan Kurdi in an undated Kurdi family photograph placed outside the home of their aunt Tima Kurdi in Coquitlam, British Columbia September 3, 2015 (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
and his relatives mourn near the body of one of his two toddlers, three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, at the Syrian border town of Kobani September 4, 2015. (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi mourns with his relative during the funeral of his toddlers, who drowned with their mother as they were trying to reach Greece, at the Syrian border town of Kobani September 4, 2015 (Reuters)
Abdullah Kurdi
Abdullah Kurdi, 40, right, father of Syrian boys Aylan, 3, and Galip, 5, who were washed up drowned on a beach near Turkish resort of Bodrum on Wednesday, speaks to the media as he waits for the delivery of their bodies outside a morgue in Mugla, Turkey, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 (AP)
Tima Kurdi
Tima Kurdi, touches a photo of her nephews Alan and Galib Kurdi while speaking to the media outside her home in Coquitlam, B.C., Canada, on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 (AP)
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