A young Syrian boy who had become an iconic symbol for the brutal suffering in Aleppo with his picture covered in dust and blood has now spotted on a footage posted by a pro-Syrian government television presenter.
Omran Daqneesh has been spotted with his father on a video footage apparently from Aleppo with his father saying they did not want to leave Syria.
The little boy's image had gone viral and was circulated all across the globe to show the suffering of civilians in besieged east Aleppo.
He was seen sitting behind an ambulance after an airstrike with all mud and blood spreaded over him.
Since then this is the first time the boy has appeared in public. His father told reporter that he is now healthy and has recovered from all the wounds.
Syria's civil war, which erupted in 2011 has killed an estimated 465,000 people.