Devon based photographer injured in Syria in an attack that killed two other reporters
Freelance photographer Paul Conroy, who lives in Devon, has been injured in an attack on a media centre in Syria that left two other reporters dead.
Mr Conroy, 47, who lives in Totnes, was with Sunday Times foreign correspondent Marie Colvin and French photographer Remi Ochlik who died in Homs.
This video has been uploaded to YouTube showing Paul Conroy and journalist Edith Bouvier being treated at a clinic Baba Amr, Homs.
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Rupert Murdoch, owner of the Sunday Times, described Ms Colvin as “one of the most outstanding foreign correspondents of her generation”.
She was the only British newspaper reporter in the opposition stronghold of Homs, a leading focus of unrest in the 11-month uprising against president Bashar Assad.
Mr Murdoch said efforts were being made to rescue Mr Conroy.
“We are doing all we can in the face of shelling and sniper fire to get him to safety and to recover Marie’s body,” he said.