Wars in Iraq and Syria, unrest in the African continent and chaos in Libya have spurred exodus of refugees in European Union. In 2014, over 170,000 people sailed in Italy fleeing persecution and poverty.
Egyptian billionaire businessman Naguib Sawiris first announced this on Twitter on September 1.
Tens of thousands of people, mainly from Africa and the Middle East, try to reach Europe by sailing the sea, often dangerously packed into small vessels that are never designed to cross the Mediterranean.
A heat breaking picture of minor Syrian boy created uproar on social media and left the World shocked over migrant crisis.
The lifeless body of toddler, identified as 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi wearing a red-shirt and blue shorts lying face down found in the surf near the resort town of Bodrum in Turkey on Wednesday.
Greece or Italy sell me an island,ill call its independence and host the migrants and provide jobs for them building their new country— Naguib Sawiris (@NaguibSawiris) September 1, 2015