Marie Colvin Dead

James Foley, a video journalist for AFP who is missing in the country One of them is James Foley, a freelance video journalist
Leading figures from the worlds of media, politics and the arts gathered to pay an emotional tribute to "bravest of the brave
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has visited the former rebel stronghold of Homs, the scene of fierce fighting with government
A video claiming to show the burial of slain journalist Marie Colvin has been posted online. The clip, posted on YouTube
The government is doing everything it "possibly can" to secure the return of journalists trapped in the besieged Syrian city
Syrian government forces have committed crimes against humanity on its own citizens, the United Nations has said. Soldiers
The foreign ministry of Syria has claimed the government was not responsible for the deaths of two Western journalists and
John Witherow, Marie Colvin's editor, recently said this of her: "She was much more than a war reporter. She was a woman with a tremendous joie de vivre, full of humour and mischief and surrounded by a large circle of friends, all of whom feared the consequences of her bravery." I was one of those friends, who never ceased to worry about what might one day happen to her.
Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin was killed after defying an order to leave the besieged Syrian city of Homs because
Marie Colvin at work in Chechnya in 1999 In an emotional statement, foreign secretary William Hague said Colvin embodied