Yesterday:Journalist Marie Colvin in Homs: 'I saw a baby die today'
An American journalist (Marie Colvin) who works for a foreign newspaper and another French journalist were killed today when Syrian government forces shelled a building which, apparently, they believed the protesters were housed in.
Marie Colvin, the award-winning Sunday Times journalist, has been killed in Syria. It is reported that she died alongside a French photographer in Homs when a house they were staying was shelled.
News agencies say she and the photographer, Remi Ochlik, another veteran war correspondent, were killed by a rocket as they tried to make their escape.
Three other foreign journalists were also reportedly wounded, including Paul Conroy, a British photographer who was working with Colvin. A French reporter with Le Figaro, Edith Bouvier, was injured. The third, a female American journalist who has not been named, was said to be "in a very serious condition."