Norwegian police found the body of a baby who went missing in the English Channel last year on the coast. British Broadcasting Corporation.
After a ship from France to Britain sank, the 15-month-old boy Artin and four family members were killed.
A Kurdish-Iranian family tried to reach Britain from France.
The boy’s body will be transported to Iran for burial.
On New Year’s Eve, the body was found near Karmoy on the southwest coast of Norway.
A police statement said: “Experts in the Department of Forensic Medicine at Oslo University Hospital were able to find a suitable DNA profile.”
The ship sank on October 27 last year. Rasoul Iran-Nejad (35 years old), Shiva Mohammad Panahi (35 years old), Anita (9 years old) and Armin (6 years old) drowned.
The family came from Sadashta, a city in western Iran not far from the Iraqi border.
Another 15 migrants were taken to the hospital, and a French prosecutor launched an investigation into the shipwreck.
Thousands of Iranian Kurdish refugees put their lives and the lives of their families in the hands of smugglers.
The Kurdish minority in Iran is facing political persecution and economic problems.