The refugee dad carrying his seven-year-old son, who was tripped by Hungarian camerawoman Petra Laszko, has found a new home in Spain.

When members of Spain’s Cenafe national football coaching centre found out through the media that Osama Abdul Mohsen had been a coach for a first-division club in Syria, they decided to help him by providing transport and a place for the refugee to stay while he tries to regroup his family.
The club's spent its entire advertizing budget to bring Mr Mohsen and seven-year-old Zaid to Spain. Despite the far-better welfare benefits available to him in Munich, Germany, where he'd initially been offered refuge, Mr Mohsen chose to take up the offer from financially hard-pressed Spain as it also comes with the offer of a job, once he's trained.

Little Zaid is now fine, although dad says he was terrified after reporter Petra Lazsko caused them to plunge to the floor while running, and Hungarian police demanded his and the little boy's fingerprints after the attack.

Much happier photo of little Zaid arriving in Spain at the link. Bet he'll do well there.