There are few more dangerous places in the world right now than Syria, especially if you're a western reporter.
Just getting into the country is a life and death proposition. You need to be smuggled across the border in the middle of the night. Then you have to hope there are rebel soldiers waiting on the other side, prepared to truck you to the frontline.
Liam Bartlett made the clandestine and incredibly risky journey to the heart of Syria's brutal and bloody civil war.
He discovered a place where civilians are being slaughtered in their tens of thousands and their ancient cities bombed to rubble. And all the while, the rest of the world does nothing.