One-year-old Omar from Syria has been reunited with his family at Heathrow Airport after four-months apart.
The Al Sharki family, who are now living in Wales, were forced to leave their son in Lebanon after an error on his passport led to him being unable to travel to the UK.
Mousa Al Sharki, his wife Rajaa and their four children lived in Aleppo, Syria, but as fighting escalated they realised it was no longer a safe place to raise their children and decided to leave. Earlier this year, Mousa travelled to the UK, while his pregnant wife and children went to Lebanon, where she gave birth to baby Omar.
Mousa sought refuge in the UK and managed to get a family reunion visa to bring his wife and children to Cardiff, but an error on Omar's passport meant it didn't match his birth certificate and he wasn't allowed to board the flight. Rajaa had no choice but to leave her son with her sister-in-law.
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