Cameron considers help for Syrian refugees

The front pages of some of Britain's daily newspapers showing an image of the body of Syrian three-year-old boy Aylan, on September 3, 2015Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to draw up a plan Friday to help more Syrian refugees amid growing pressure at home and abroad to address the crisis. Cameron said he had been “deeply moved” by images of three-year-old Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi, who was found dead on a Turkish beach and said Britain would meet its “moral responsibilities”. The Times and the Telegraph reported that a plan was being drawn up to accept “thousands” of refugees, with the option of directly accepting refugees from UN camps on the Syrian border under consideration.

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