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Photographer of the world shaking picture of drowned Syrian toddler: “I was petrified at that moment”

4.9.15

Photographer of the world shaking picture of drowned Syrian toddler: “I was petrified at that moment”: “At that moment, where I saw the three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, I was petrified” said Nil�fer Demir, a photo-reporter covering the migrant crisis in Aegean resort town of Bodrum for years for Turkey’s Dogan News Agency (DHA), adding that she had no other option then doing her duty as a journalist.
Demir has triggered the shutter of her camera on Sep 2 around 06.00 a.m., in Akyarlar coast of Bodrum district of Muğla province, where bodies of migrants washed ashore the coast after two inflatable boats sank.


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