Non-Profit Has Tracked 33,000 Lives Lost In 24 Years As People Try To Cross Into E.U.

For a past 24 years, a non-profit network of volunteers have been tracking refugees, haven seekers and immigrants who have mislaid their lives perplexing to cranky a borders of a European Union. This year, their list reached 33,000 people. NPR’s Kelly McEvers speaks with a owner and executive of a network, Geert Ates about his work and mission.