Outlook - 10/04/2012
A Syrian doctor who taught President al-Assad, describes losing seven family members.
Extraordinary personal stories from around the world.
Today, Dr Mousa al-Kurdi, a Syrian doctor who taught President Bashar al-Assad at university, talks to Outlook about smuggling medical supplies to struggling hospitals, and losing seven members of his family in the Syrian uprising.
Also, the amazing story of Saroo Brierley, the Indian boy who got lost on a train, was adopted by a family in Australia and has now been reunited with his mum a staggering 25 years on.