Body of publisher Marie Colvin being hold by Syria
Published Feb 24, 2012
March 11, 2008: Journalist Marie Colvin is seen in London. A French supervision mouthpiece on Wednesday Feb. 22, 2012 identified dual Western reporters killed in Syria as American fight contributor Marie Colvin and French photojournalist Remi Ochlik.
The family of fight match Marie Colvin, who was killed while covering a assault in Syria, is desperately perplexing to find out how to get her physique behind from a country.
Reports have flush that a Syrians are refusing to recover a bodies of Colvin and French photojournalist Remi Ochlik, who died after a rocket conflict Wednesday on a residence in a insurgent city of Homs that that was being used as a temporary media core by activists.
“We haven’t listened anything. We are watchful on word from a government,” Colvin’s brother, Mike, told FoxNews.com.
“We can’t contend what’s loyal and what isn’t,” he said, per a latest rumors that have surfaced.
The Syrian envoy to London was summoned by officials in a U.K., where they demanded that Syrian authorities promote evident arrangements for repatriation of a bodies of Colvin and Ochlik, according to reports by Agence France-Presse.
In other developments, a video flush yesterday from a dual other reporters who were harmed during a same rocket attack, in that they ask for a assistance of supervision agencies.
“I was bleeding in a rocket conflict yesterday — 3 vast wounds to my leg. My co-worker Marie Colvin was also killed in a same attack,” pronounced photographer Paul Conroy, who worked with Colvin during a Sunday Times.
“I’m now being looked after by a Free Syrian Army medical staff, who are treating me with a best medical diagnosis available. It’s critical to supplement that we am here as a guest and have not been captured. Obviously any assistance we can be given by supervision agencies would be welcome,” he said.