A boy who survived an earthquake in Turkey was found wandering in another country 2,500 km away from his city
Ali is a five-year-old boy from Turkey who claims he lost his parents in a devastating earthquake. He was found wandering alone through the streets of Maastricht, a city in the Netherlands, some 2,500 kilometers from his home country. No one knows how he ended up there or where his parents are.
Police and social workers are confused by his mysterious journey and are trying to find his family and figure out how he ended up in a foreign country.
Ali’s story has touched many hearts and sparked a wave of sympathy and curiosity. Some people offered to adopt him or donate money for his care. Others shared his picture on social media and asked for help in finding his family. Some even suggested that he might have had a special connection to the Netherlands or that he was guided by a divine power.
However, authorities are still searching for answers to questions that arise from this story. Here are some of them:
1. How did Ali get from Turkey to the Netherlands?
2. Where are his parents and are they alive?
3. Who took care of the boy during his journey?
4. How did he survive so far from home?
Ali’s story is reminiscent of other cases where children have been found far from their homes. For example, in 2014, a boy named Sherwin was found lost in India and was found in Australia five years later. In 2016, a boy named Julian was found lost in the jungles of Colombia and was found two years later wandering the streets of an American city.