A 12-year-old Yazidi boy has been reunited with his mother in Canada three years after being captured by the so-called Islamic State.
Emad Mishko Tamo was greeted by family at the airport late on Wednesday.
A campaign to bring the boy to Canada was launched after a relative alerted his mother, Nofa Mihlo Rafo, to a photo posted online of him after his rescue.
Ms Mihlo Rafo arrived in Canada this year as a refugee with four of her six children.
She was separated from her husband and two eldest sons after their town was captured by IS in 2014.
The family was rounded up by IS jihadists in their town of Sinjar in northern Iraq and held captive for two years.
Ms Mihlo Rafo eventually managed to escape to a refugee camp with four of her children.
She learned in July that one missing son, Emad, was alive and had been rescued …