A Syrian refugee boy helps to load boxes of medicine and medical equipment onto a lorry in Reyhanli, near the Syrian border in Turkey's Hatay province June 14, 2012. When the Syrian army rolled into his hometown to crush rebellion there, Omar, an orthopaedic surgeon, knew it was only a matter of time before his field hospital was discovered by President Bashar al-Assad's troops. For four days he hid inside the makeshift clinic in the northern town of Idlib, continuing to treat the sick and wounded along with the other staff, but as the soldiers drew closer Omar made his escape to Turkey. From a small, windowless basement apartment in Turkey's southern Hatay province a few hundred metres from the border, Omar now gathers drugs and medical supplies from all over Turkey to be smuggled to colleagues inside Syria. Picture taken June 14, 2012. To match story SYRIA-CRISIS/TURKEY-DOCTOR.