The Syrian refugees in 'no man's land'
Aid agencies say urgent help is needed for more than 85,000 Syrian refugees stuck in "no-man's land" by their country's border with Jordan.
The humanitarian situation has deteriorated since a suicide bombing near the makeshift Rukban camp killed seven Jordanian soldiers.
Journalists are not allowed into the remote desert area, but the BBC has been able to contact refugees stranded there.
26 Jul 2016