International correspondent Michael Safi tells Anushka Asthana how he tracked down five brothers separated by the war in Syria. Plus: Labour’s Lisa Nandy on why MPs should compromise on Brexit for the good of democracy
The nine-year war in Syria has cost hundreds of thousands of lives, and millions of people have fled the country. Among the refugees were five brothers from the south-western city of Dara’a, where the uprising against the Assad regime began. The brothers separated and are now dispersed across five countries.
Michael Safi, an international correspondent for the Guardian, tells Anushka Asthana how he set out to track down the brothers to find out how they have adjusted to their new circumstances.