“He was one among thousands lost at sea during what has been a record year for migrant drownings in Spain. And he might have been sent with the other unclaimed dead to an unmarked grave if Martín Zamora had not figured out that the body had a name, and a life.” NYT (Gift Article for ND Readers): The Body Collector of Spain: When Migrants Die at Sea, He Gets Them Home. “Sometimes, I get the feeling that some years ahead — in 30, 40, 50 years, I don’t know how many — they will look at us like monsters … They’ll see us all as monsters because we just let people die this way.” (Thanks to people like Zamora, not all of us…)