KECSKEMET, Hungary — Before Europe felt the full impact of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war and starvation in Africa and the Middle East, before anti-immigrant populists swept to power in Europe and America, and before the Brexit vote, a series of migration tragedies defined the summer of 2015.
"They Let 71 People Die in Stifling Truck. They Got 25 Years." is from the June 14, 2018 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Helene Bienvenu and Marc Santora and narrated by Kristi Burns.