Reunited with biological family 30 years after war divides them
7 January 2016 Last updated at 01:39 GMT
This story was shown on bbc just recently and showed how you should never give up hope even when tragic circumstances take over your life. .....try look up the documentary on
bbc news channel ....one tragic story with a happy ending....
When this lady lost her adoptive Iranian father she went in search of her lost family some of whom were killed in a chemical weapon attack...
A Kurdish woman, who was adopted by an Iranian family as a child, has returned to Iraq to find her biological parents.
During the Iran-Iraq war a chemical attack on Halabja in north-eastern Iraq killed at least 5,000 people, and many children were taken to Iran for safety and treatment.
Maryam was one of those children and after almost 30 years she returned to find her biological family.
The Our World documentary The Lost Daughter of Halabja is on the News Channel 9 and 10
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