Syria (CNN) -- Fear and horror paralyzed residents in the Syrian city of Homs Tuesday, with snipers preventing anyone from moving and heavy shelling blasting through the air, opposition activists said. "The snipers are even targeting those who intend to get bread from the bakeries," said one activist, who uses the pseudonym Abu Omar. "People now getting their groceries and bread carried over the fences of private homes.
(CNN) -- One of the main opposition videographers in Homs was killed on Tuesday as the Syrian city experienced its heaviest day of bombardment, residents and activists told CNN. "Rami al-Sayed was crucial in getting the truth out th... Read Post
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian government forces shelled the city of Homs on Sunday, resident opposition activists and a rights activist said, as a six-person advance party of U.N. observers is due to arrive in Syria to monitor a ceasefi... Read Post