February 17th, 2012
Episode 192 of 1468 episodes
The Syrian city of Homs has seen some of the worst violence in the government's crackdown against opposition activists and armed fighters in the country. BBC reporter Paul Wood and his team managed to slip into Homs as the bombardment of the city was getting underway. In this special programme, Paul tells the story of his four days in Homs - how the story unfolded, how he reported it and what life is like for residents of a city under fire.
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