Video: American and French Reporters Bodies buried under Rubble : Syria _ 2-22-12 part of Journalist ' Edith Bouvier' pleads for help in Homs

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Damascus : Syria | over 2 years ago
The French reporter Edith Bouvier yesterday injured in the shelling in the Syrian city of Homs where two journalists were killed, has said that she urgently needs medical help she...
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American and French Reporters Bodies buried under Rubble : Syria _ 2-22-12

18+ Adults Only - Warning - Contains Graphic Images - Not for Shock - Documentary Evidence of Crimes Against Humanity Committed by Syria Dictator Bashar Assad as he orders his Army to attack the city of Homs with Rockets, Missiles, Howitzers, Mortars and Tank fire and to slaughter the civilian population. Assad has even been using jet warplanes to bomb Baba Amr District in the last few days as has been reported by now deceased youtube Baba Amr photographer Rami AlSayeed. This video is of Baba Amr Activist Khalid Abu Salah who is showing you the two dead bodies of American and French Journalists who were killed in a missile strike by Dictator Bashar Assad on the building they were using as a media center. ------------ cbs news report: "Two Western journalists, including veteran American reporter Marie Colvin, were killed in intense shelling by President Bashar Assad's regime in the central town of Homs on Wednesday, according to Syrian activists and the French government. Activists said both were killed in the shelling of a makeshift media center in the hard-hit neighborhood of Baba Amr early Wednesday morning. The journalists were identified as veteran American reporter Marie Colvin, who works for The Sunday Times of Britain, and French photojournalist Remi Ochlik. Both had been working on the front lines of uprisings in the Arab world for months. Their identities were confirmed by the French government Wednesday morning, but CBS News has not independently confirmed <b>...</b>
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