Al Jazeera meets Syria citizen journalists

Absence of world media prompts activists to become cameramen in the embattled city of Homs.

    With few international reporters able to access Syria's central city of Homs, activists have become effective citizen journalists.

    They say they are using Skype, Facebook, and other internet sources, to document what is happening in their city.

    In the second of a series of exclusive reports, Jane Ferguson goes inside Homs, one of the main targets of this government crackdown.

    Click here to watch part one of our exclusive report on Syria.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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