Father embraces his daughter after arriving from Turkish coast to Lesbos island on an overcrowded dinghy.
Civil war in Syria and the rise of ISIS in the Middle East triggered largest migration to Europe after World War II. More than a million people arrived to Europe by sea in 2015 and 85% of them crossed Aegean Sea from Turkish coast to Greek islands. The narrow stretch of international waters has been the most dangerous part of their journey, claiming nearly four thousand lives.
This story follows refugees and migrants from countries such as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan (to name only a few) during their first days in Europe.