Father Mourns Loss of Wife, Children When Boat Full of Refugees Overturned

Broken-hearted Syrian father lost his wife and two young children when overcrowded boat heading to Greece overturned.
2:15 | 09/04/15

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Around the world tonight and haunting images coming in from Hungary, another example of the desperation thousands of migrant families crowding into this train station in Budapest desperate to get to Germany. You can see this child crying in the chaos trying to get on the train. The images come 24 hours after the boy we showed you last night. He died trying to flee the violence with his family from Syria. Tonight the story behind that picture from the boy's own father. ABC's chief foreign correspondent terry Moran. Reporter: He had a name, the dead little boy on the beach. Aylan kurdi, 3 years-old. His brother galip, five, died, too. Their father, Abdullah kurdi, survived. He spoke at a morgue today after identifying the bodies. "Everything is gone," he says. They are Syrian kurds from near kobane. Like so many desperate refugees, they fled to terky and arranged Reporter: Today, Hillary Clinton'ef of staff ushered into a closed door hearing on capitol hill, grilled all day byhe H touse committee investigating benghaziail server. But tonight, Brian pagliano, the former I.T. Worker who helped set up that server in Clinton's New York home, is refusing to answer questions, invoking his fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination. The republican chairman of that committee say -- You're free to glean whatever inference you want. To no stt tediify oisappg,ntin Sa I possible, and has encouraged her aides, current and F to do the same. The fifth and the optics of all, many are the biggertu picre rehe . Police will take them to camps. "No camps," they shout. One family lying down on the tracks in protest, violently pulled away by police. But Abdullah will not go Europe now. "Now all I want to do is to sit by the graves of my wife and children," he says. Terry Moran, ABC news. There's definitive word out of France this evening,

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