Marie Colvin

The documents also claim military leaders 'celebrated' her death.
Dozens of missiles and bombs are dropping every hour
Marie Colvin's death in 2012 brought the truth of their jobs home to Christina and her colleagues For her, the most frustrating
I think the pace of change has been greater during our lifetime than in any other period in history, and nowhere more so than in the media; papers, radio and TV active 24 hours a day, deadlines and regional borders effectively gone, news and comment largely fused, trends accelerated by social media which did not exist when I left Downing Street, let alone when I started. Mark Zuckerberg, 29, was not even born when I set out on the Daily Mirror.
That Malala speaks with wisdom and a spirit beyond her years has been noted many times before. But as this 16 year-old girl concluded her speech with "There is a long journey [ahead] for me" one could only hope and pray that it is also a safe one.
Syria is the deadliest place for journalists, who are deliberately targeted by both the government and rebel groups, according
James Foley, a video journalist for AFP who is missing in the country One of them is James Foley, a freelance video journalist
Charlize Theron is to produce - and possibly star - in a film about the late war reporter Marie Colvin. The South African
Leading figures from the worlds of media, politics and the arts gathered to pay an emotional tribute to "bravest of the brave
War journalists are often catapulted from one conflict-torn nation to another, covering stories of blood and gore and human suffering, spending night after night in lonely hotel rooms; it is a weary job but someone has to do it. Why?