Our Correspondent Mel Barham explains why Dr Asim Shahmalak wanted to help acid attack victims in Pakistan:-
A surgeon from Manchester has travelled to his home country of Pakistan to help the victims of acid attacks
Liverpool music legends the Beatles have been honoured with a lifetime achievement award at a star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles.
Medics from Gaza are undergoing training in Liverpool as part of the Liverpool International Transplant Initiative.
Surgeons from the Royal Liverpool Hospital want to establish a locally run transplant unit in the conflict hit Gaza strip.
Their priorities are to fund a tissue typing laboratory as well as other medical equipment, which could cost in the region of £500,000.
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In final our report from Pakistan we follow the surgeon from Manchester who's travelled back to his home city of Karachi to help the victims of acid attacks.
In it we see Dr Asim Shahmalak undertaking his pioneering eyelash transplants and also explore just why so many of these acid attacks occur in Pakistan every year.
And a warning that this exclusive report from our correspondent Mel Barham, contains graphic images of surgery that you may find distressing.
More details at the Smile Again Foundation website
A team of medics from the conflict hit Gaza strip are in Liverpool being trained by some of the country's top surgeons.
The Liverpool International Transplant Initiative aims to train medics so that one day the region will have its own transplant unit. Rachel Townsend reports.
For further details please go to : http://www.liverpooliti.com/
Residents in Cheshire are worried about chemicals used in producing weapons in Syria that are being disposed of near their homes. In all 150 tonnes will be incinerated at Ellesmere Port. The local council say the waste doesn't include explosives
A surgeon from Manchester was so shocked at the number of acid attacks in Pakistan that he's spent £50,000 of his own money treating victims.
Dr Asim Shahmalak was born in Pakistan. He's returned there to perform pioneering hair replacement therapy on women.
In the second of our three part series, our Correspondent Mel Barham and cameraman Dave Brown report on the challenge to repair their faces, and their confidence.
A warning that this film contains graphic images of surgery that you might find distressing:-
A surgeon from Manchester has travelled to his home country of Pakistan to help the victims of acid attacks.
Mel Barham has this report:-
It's a part of a project to upload thousands of letters, photos and diaries on a new website to ensure that treasured memorabilia isn't lost for future generations. You can read some accounts of lives and experiences of the men and women of Merseyside on the Merseyside at War website.
Rooney was targeted during Manchester United's match at Crystal Palace and drew the referee's attention to missiles being thrown at him.
The FA had a crowd control adviser at the game and is waiting for a report into the incidents. It is also contacting Crystal Place.
the main aim of the probe is to see if any of the people who threw coins or other items at the England striker can be identified from CCTV footage.
Any fan throwing coins faces a potentially lengthy banning order from magistrates.