A war photographer who was badly injured in Syria and his partner killed has returned to the region with a convoy of aid.
The Syrian regime is reported to have put a million dollar bounty on Paul Conroy's head because he and journalist Marie Colvin managed to get reports out of the besieged city of Homs.
The rebels thought the world might help if war crimes could be shown.
The short bursts of pictures brought regime bombs down on the transmissions, killing Paul's colleague Marie Colvin.
Paul was badly injured and had to drag himself through a sewer to escape. Now Aleppo is in the same desperate state as Homs.
A people's convoy of aid battled its way on a horrendous journey through blizzards to get to Syria.
The convoy crowdfunding in a fortnight of a quarter of a million pounds. The money will pay for a childrens' hospital to be set up in Turkish occupied Northern Syria.
Paul's return helped bring publicity. But with a bounty on his head he had to be careful.
He had to book a decoy room when he got close to Syria.
Medical help is desperately needed as all Aleppo's hospitals have been destroyed but they say almost as important is letting the Syrian doctors and people know that we have not forgotten them.