As the world's attention is focused on the elimination of Syria's chemical weapons, it's easy to forget the real victims of the civil war – its people. With nearly a third of Syria's pre-war population displaced internally and abroad, we are facing the largest humanitarian catastrophe in decades. Have we grown tired of hearing about the Syrian peoples' plight? Can anything be done to ease their suffering? Peter Maurer, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross, joins Oksana to examine these issues.