By David Blair, Beirut
A ten minute cut of a one hour film made in Nablus during the 2002 intifada, observing delivery of healthcare under militarily enforced curfew. Self shot, self-funded, produced and directed.
'They say you are a threat to national security ... they have something secret on you but they won't tell you what'. Actor Omar Mostafa recounts one Jordanian man's story
Healthcare professionals in Syria caring for the war-wounded are deliberately targeted, says the International Rescue Committee's in its recently publishedCommission on Syrian Refugees report.
We make a quick dash, once we have cleared Tunisian customs, through the empty town of Wazin on to the open road. We pass the risk of Gaddafi's "Grad" rockets that can come at you from the valley below. Just outside Nalut we are waved through a rebel checkpoint, the men...
Saleyha Ahsan, a doctor working in the UK's National Health Service, travelled to Syria in January, and reports on the medical aid effort inside the country and on the Turkish border.
A Libyan bride. (Reuters/Louafi Larb)