A joint United Nations-Syrian Arab Red Crescent mission has arrived at the Rukban camp, near the Jordanian border, where more than 10,000 people are living in dire conditions, to ask them if they want to go back to the government-held area of Homs province.
Children and adults alike have been victims of the war in Syria. Some have been permanently disabled and are still coming to terms with their condition. Two such victims tell their stories from their new homes in Idlib.
The underlying fear is that Eastern Ghouta, followed by opposition-controlled Idlib, will follow in the footsteps of Aleppo, write experts from the Syrian American Medical Society and the Syria Public Health Network.